The answer? This:
Really. That about sums it up. Tsia's school was closed for 1 1/2 weeks, so we ran errands, read books, had a playdate or two, and wrapped up a few things at the studio. But I seem to be obsessed with these hexagon quilts, as evidenced by a recent rearranging of S's room.
I think I've mentioned before that we share our bedroom with Dr. S. We've divided it with a bookcase, which offers a small degree of privacy. But initially I thought she should have the window for the natural light and fresh air. Turns out that side of the room is too cold for someone who kicks the blankets off all night. So we swapped sides a while ago, which necessitated the removal of the doll quilts from where they hung.
Instead of re-hanging them all, I decided a little restraint would be better. And it was entirely unintentional, but somehow only the hexagon quilts landed back on the wall, along with one of my Mom's baby dresses and some stitching that S has been doing.
What happened to the other doll quilts? Well, currently they're acting as princess-and-the pea mattresses for Teddy's clementine-crate bed.
So what should I make with the newest hexagon quilt? Please don't say "place mat," or something like that. And it's not becoming a full quilt, by any means. Other ideas?