So in 2018, I made this for my friend Peter Golden:
It's called Navaho block.
Then after the election, which occupied me for most of 2018 (I ran a ballot drive for Dan Fishman, Libertarian for State Auditor, and worked on the campaign), I made the following quilt in a frenzy (and wrecked my back):
It's a Boston Common design using Kaffe Fassett prints. My back got better.
After that there was a quiltathon, the event that the charity project puts on three times a year. I was so inspired, I made two quilt tops and rehabbed two more, joined them and quilted them on the longarm. Two have binding finished and one has binding attached. Then I cut up a two-year-old little mountain of scrap fabric and made five more tops, also quilted on the longarm. Hopefully I can post some pictures of the whole bunch. But here's a detail of one of the tops. I've quilted the inside and cropped out the non-quilted border. I had exactly 36 squares of pseudo-solid fabric squares left over from another projects, and these are them:
So bye 2018.