I've always admired the small quilts that Tonya makes and hand quilts and I've been watching the quilts being exchanged in the doll quilt swaps. I don't have any desire to swap but I decided I could always make some quilts, buy some dolls, and donate them together.
Inspired to finally act by Lucy and a mini quilt she made recently, I ordered a few books from Amazon including the book she referred to on hand quilting - Quilting With Style: Principles for Great Pattern Design by Gwen Marston & Joe Cunningham.
So while I'm waiting for my books to arrive, I remembered an old UFO that's not even on my working list because it will just never be finished and this is where the crawling around on the floor at 2AM comes in!
These drunkard's path blocks are appliqued not pieced (needle-turn applique believe it or not!) all from Joann's calico's I bought the first year I was quilting. So I think this is going to become my first doll quilt and who knows it might be my last too since I certainly don't need more projects, we'll see how it goes.