I learned how to quilt in 1993. I took a class making a block-a-session resulted the quilt under my desk tea pot! The yellow one with houses I struggled through...with all the little pieces and even at the end -I didn't not like it. However, I put it up on my office wall when I was working as a bookkeeping at a commercial real estate office in Florida- it fit right in!
The little bird house wall hanging is my favorite...it was my very first quilting class when I didn't even own a sewing machine (although I knew how to use one from my mom's) I did the small piece entirely by hand!
I do not pretend to know how to take pictures of these small quilts! Note: the quilt behind the house one is a queen size quilt of my own design waiting VERY patiently to be quilted! It's been almost four years... I feel like I've dropped out of the quilting realm. Although, I love anything about quilts...fabric is as addicting as yarn...tools (could actually be worse than knitting tools)..I feel passion there, but it's just hibernating. If only I had that craft room... it can be bulky to have everything around on top of table...where knitting and crocheting can be compact. See? THAT is why I need a craft room!