You may remember that I share the quilt lab with the family piano. I don't play; it was my husband's childhood piano and my sons learned to play on it. Nobody in the house played it any more, and much to Love's chagrin, the piano tended to serve as a three tier shelf for my fabrics (including the bench!). A shelf no more. My husband's sister wanted the piano for her young son. My husband agreed and it is on its way to California.
And I have more space.
And now for the fall quilt, you can see it on the wall. This is a crib size quilt. The yellow and red fabrics date to ca. 1850 I would say. I think the back may be 1870 or so. I counted 16 different red prints and 13 different yellow prints. The green and brown fabrics are solids. This may be a PA Mennonite quilt.