Mission accomplished (mostly) with pictures!
My day of sewing on 9/11 began on a painful note. As I was changing the needle to begin my day, for some unknowable reason, while I was removing the thread from the needle I raised the presser foot and jammed my finger RIGHT INTO THE NEEDLE! And guess what? It was still sharp! Perhaps I had not yet had enough caffeine. Anyway, once I stopped the bleeding, I got back to work. The quilt pattern was very easy and I had the pieces for all three quilt tops cut PDQ. I sewed all three quilt tops together and then discovered one very important thing was missing. I did not have any batting. Not to be discouraged, I moved on to making the loveys for the NICU, since I didn't need batting for that.
I continued my quilts after I went to get batting later in the week. Since I was on vacation this past week, I figured I would have lots of time. However, the first step of Mystery Quilt V came out, and I spent some time looking at my jelly rolls and checking my stash for backgrounds, and in the process of looking for backgrounds, I hurt my back. Because of that, I only finished one quilt, but I have the other two tops pinned up and ready to quilt soon.
Anyway, here are the pictures. One is a picture of all the loveys I made, and the other is a picture of the quilt, though the picture is so-so. My daughter is holding it up for me. I will be bringing these to work with me tomorrow and donating them to the NICU.