This quilt dates from an obsession with 30s repros I had a few years back. They're a lot of fun to work with, and definitely a change from what I usually go for in the quilt shop.* So I joined an exchange. Great stuff, and lots of fabrics I'd never have found on my own. Machine-quilted by various quilters, hand-quilted minimally, mostly in the ditch (along the seam lines). We use it a lot in winter (no direct heat in our bedroom so we pile on the quilts), and for some reason it's the quilt most likely to slide off onto the floor in the middle of the night, but it's warm and colorful, so I like it anyway.
If I were to make it again, I'd use narrower sashings, but that's true of a couple of my other older quilts, so possibly it's a more recent preference of mine and not an error.
My first effort at a pieced border. (I suspect I'll never get any fancier than this with my pieced borders. And most of the time I still prefer a solid border. But this was fun!)
* I have a bad habit, when on a rare visit to a quilt shop, of going directly for the most lush, beautiful, enormous floral prints. Glorious things, but not all that useful for the type of quilts I tend to make. I've got half a shelf in my fabric cabinet filled with this stuff. One of these days I'll get inspired and tear through them, for now they just sit there, looking pretty and expensive.