I'm sorry for being so late. No excuses except procrastination which then lead to creating it's own series of logistical problems. So I've done two. One is based on my original idea that has been in my head for months and the other jumped in after I had seem some of your works.
The first is based on a small dry stone wall of blue slate at the cottage which protects a small garden from the forest above. I have an indigenous plant called lobelia cardinalis which blooms faithfully every year.
The second quilt is based on a picture that I took whilst on a trip to Israel, Palestine and Jordan when one of our daughters was doing a post doc in Chinese history at the Hebrew University.
We had a very interesting trip to Bethlehem, a place that Israelis are not allowed to visit. We stayed in a lovely old hotel, met many friendly people and were dismayed by the wall. Banksy owns a hotel which used to have a lovely view but a wall was built literally across a narrow road and this is now the view. Hence the name of the hotel: The Walled Off Hotel. The wall itself traverses Palestinian lands, takes away farms and olive groves and is definitely an eyesore. There is of course too much history on either side, but often we only hear one part of it.