This is the only round robin quilt that has found its way back home:
This quilt dates back to 2001 or so. I pieced the center star and the other members of my group added a sawtooth border, an applique border, a star border, and a trapezoid border. I added the final blue/purple border and quilted it. I had no plans for this quilt so it sat folded in a pile for a year or so.
Behind this quilt was a hole where the hard-wired smoke alarm (that doesn't have a battery so it won't die) used to be and we took it out because... wait for it... it died. After buying this house we had approximately $0.87 in the bank and couldn't afford to both buy a new smoked detector and fix the wall. We installed a new smoke detector and hung the quilt so the quilt covered the ugly hole in the wall. Problem SOLVED!
We have since fixed the wall and painted that hallway purple to match this quilt. I see this every time I walk upstairs to the bedrooms and it just belongs there.