It started innocently enough: it was going to be a Buckeye Beauty quilt. All the pieces were made and on the design wall. But I hesitated to sew it together. Something wasn't sitting well with me on it. Then I realized that there were just too many 'styles' of fabric trying to play together and it wasn't working. It came down off the wall and with the addition of a bit more white fabric, there is one child's quilt ready to sew together.
The pinwheels were put back onto the wall in three different groupings, and I think I will combine the two groupings on the left of the photo into one quilt. The twelve pinwheel blocks on the bottom will be another quilt.
What you don't see are the rest of the four patches. There's a plan, yes there is! But something has to come off the design wall to put the four patches up.
So out of one largish quilt, four or five smaller quilts will be made.
What's on your wall?
I'm linking to others at Patchwork Times.