I finally finished both diamond quilts last week. Here's a picture of the batik diamonds quilt.
Sorry the pic is a bit wonky. As soon as I can find a suitable back for it, I think I'll let DH quilt it for me. My other diamond quilt, Portobello Market was quilted by DH a week ago Sunday. Unfortunately I don't have a picture of the finished quilt right now because I forgot to take a pic of it before I dropped it off at the quilt shop for display. I'll post a picture as soon as I can get one taken.
After completing those two last week I just wanted to goof around and do something that didn't require a lot of effort or brain power. Monday night I made this little quilt using a dresden template and a charm pack. It measures approximately 16x20. When its quilted and bound it will be donated to one of our local hospital's NICU to cover the incubators to protect the babies' eyes from the bright lights.
I enjoyed myself so much Monday night that Friday I made another one from a few scraps in my bin. It measure probably 24x36. I am not sure what I'll do with it yet. It has a few too many lights in it but c'est la vie. I'll probably add a small border to it before I quilt it.
Thursday night I wasn't feeling too well (suffering from Cedar Fever...again!) so I didn't feel like working on anything too involved. So I decided to finish this little quilt top since I only had the top and bottom row left to complete and they were already cut and had sitting around for a couple months. It measures 16x20 and is from the book Fat-Quarter Quilting by Lori Smith aka From My Heart to Your Hands. I'm not sure what I am going to do with it yet...maybe donate it to the Silent Auction for our next quilt show.