I know I'm a bit late, but since every quilter likes pictures, I went for it anyway.
The story I remember mostly of this quilt is the mustard fabric. First I was planning on other kind of yellow, much more pale, but I wasn't very happy with it. Then my husband had to go to Paris for his job. I asked him to go to 'Le Rouvray', a famous quiltstore there. In those days, they gave swatches, which he gave to me (I love those kind of presents). And there the mustard was. I was head over heels in love with it (has happened a lot since) and knew it would be perfect. Lucky for me, he had to go back to Paris 3 days later and that is how the mustard got in this quilt. Side story : the paler fabric I used years later in anther quilt for which it was perfect. It even won a blue ribbon.
Here you can see my Hinterberg quiltstand. As you see, I have my corner between the 2 couches (we are 5) so I am part of the daily life when quilting, which I love. I would like a rectangular frame, but that would mean I have to quilt in my studio. I love my studio and the privacy it has when I need to concentrate on
design and such things, but not to quilt in solitary confinement. So, for now anyway, it's this one.