Several women from church and I made this quilt for a lady who just turned 92. She is the sweetest thing, and really loved it.
I used the teacup designs from FatCat Patterns and I made all the teacup blocks. The nine-patches were pieced by the other ladies, and then I put it together and quilted it. The binding and label were done by my MIL. Some of the squares for the 9-patches were cut out by my daughter, who is 5, with scissors.
I've been doing meandering for some time, but I've been trying to branch out into other FMQ designs, and several months ago bought the book Free-Motion Quilting Made Easy: 186 Designs from 8 Simple Shapes by Eva Larkin. This is the first thing I've done from the book except practice exercises, and I thought it turned out well. It's one of the simplest designs, combined with what she calls "hops", and it looks more complicated than it is, although it took me many tries doodling on paper to figure out how to do the whole 9-patch in one continuous line.