I've never been one who really liked making bed quilts. I piece by machine, but do all quilting by hand and that takes awhile. I much prefer smaller projects like crib quilts, lap quilts or wallhangings. Of late, I've been making table runners, table toppers and discovered bed runners as well. First, here is the latest scrappy Autumn table runner I'm working on, made exclusively from Moda Charm Squares from the "Together" collection *except for the rust sashing and little gold corner squares*-thanks to my great pal, Terrie Lacy, for sending me several packs as gifts. It will finish out with binding at about 16"x 44". Here is one I did for my friend, Tim, by request. It's smaller, approx. 14" x 36": and a table topper made for my friend, Brandon, who has sent me several surprise gifts through the mail and who I wanted to surprise right back. It's designed with the colors of his kitchen in mind, told to me by one of my spies, LOL: And a baby quilt commissioned by another friend for her neighbor's premature son, after she put in weeks of bed rest before his birth: Bed runner I made as a gift: I have so many projects that were sold years ago and only print photos of them, prior to the advent of digital cameras. Guess I need to scan.