I will show you the one that others seem to like the best of all that I have made. I don't have a favorite - they are like my children - I love them all.
The quilt that got the most interest on my blog is my version of Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street, last year's mystery quilt. I put my own spin on it, and also made it in green and red, for a Christmas version, and it was suggested that I name it 34th Street.
Here is 34th Street before the final outside borders:
Today, I'm working on adding the final outside borders, and this picture shows the final border fabrics selection going on at a local quilt store:
Easy Street was a fun pattern for me because there were so many versions out there, and the pattern was easy to play with. For instance, look at this picture of how different the left side of the picture and the right side of the picture looks - just by turning the little four patch blocks a different way. It was fun to play with on the design wall:
Note that the above version had candy cane fabric in it, which did not make the final cut. I added more green instead.
I'm also linking up with another Friday link-up site. Confessions of a Fabric Addict She has inspiring ideas there. What are you working on/playing with today?