I decided I wasn't going to do any more public/group swaps because I've kind of found them a bit of a mixed bag.
But then a swap was announced on Instagram to make a mini quilt with only Anna Maria Horner fabrics and before I knew what I was doing, I'd signed up.
And here's my make.
It's a Goergetown Circle pattern which finishes at 24" square.
It's entirely hand pieced and just in the outer circle alone, there are 64 triangles.
For the quilting, it is a complete mixture of machine and hand quilting with some Perle stitching thrown in for good measure.
And the back - I've only used AMH fabric which was no great hardship.
I'm going to block it now and them ponder the possibilities of actually keeping it myself and instead making something else for my swap partner.
I'm still not convinced I would or should give it away.