I joined a new fiber arts group last February called Fibervision. (Click on the name to learn more about the other member artists.)
The members decided to do a group challenge. The theme we were all supposed to interpret was "Intersection," and the finished wall-hangings/quilts were all supposed to be 30" wide by 48" long.
I'm calling mine "Eclipse." There's a little machine piecing, a little hand appliqué, and a lot of straight and free motion quilting, which doesn't show up unless you get close.
This was my October finish-a-UFO-a-month project as well.
I'm pleased with how it turned out.
I might like to hang it this way, too:
But at the moment, it's living on one of my quilt racks and hasn't even made it onto a wall. This is mainly because I have limited wall space, and the space I have is hard to get at (as in, over my heavy desk.) I'm sure I'll get around to displaying it eventually. (Do I need a "display-a-project-a-month" challenge too?! Heaven forfend!)