Originally this goal read 'Make a quilt for impending niecephew, and one to spare'. Fairly soon, things started to happen.
Firstly, we learned that my sister-in-law was specifically expecting a daughter. This galvanised me into action (because if the foetus is big enough to discern the sex, you know you've only got a few months left), and, three weeks after young Lily was born, I was able to present her with this.
About five minutes after that (well, that's what it felt like) one of my good friends from university announced that she was pregnant, and suddenly the 'one to spare' became 'one for K's baby'.
The baby in question was born on Thursday (two weeks early, I may say), and on Sunday afternoon I sewed down the last inch of bias binding around the quilt. There it is, tastefully draped over our washing line. On Monday I went to see them. It's getting better and better. Maybe I'll get the next quilt finished before the baby's actually born. (Next baby? I'm not actually sure whether that'll be along in the next few years, anyway.)
You might not hear about that though, because all I signed up to for 101 in 1001 was two quilts, and so this goal is