I quilted this Mystery Quilt for Dorry a couple of weeks ago - It arrived at her house today, so I can post photos.
Here's the concept of a mystery quilt: A leader instructs the participants to gather up a certain amount of fabrics using some formula - but without describing or showing them the design they are making. They only know approximately what size the finished quilt will be. The leader then doles out instructions and the quilters just have to start cutting and assembling fabric pieces with very little idea of how this is going to turn out. Dorry's came out very pretty!
Here's a closeup of the piecing and quilting - the stars have a sort of fish-hook based design. I was inspired by some Maori carving art Dorry shared with me.
Keeping that theme, I used a photo of a Maori tattooed arm for the border design.
Here's the back where the overall quilting scheme stands out.