It is for my youngest child. I have made quilts for the other children, but I had totally run out of puff, time, energy, interest by the time it was No. 5's turn. I do love her. I don't love so much the standard I set with the older kids (photos albums, scrapbooks, quilts, cross stitch) that I now feel I have to maintain so the younger ones don't feel ripped off. This is a good contraceptive btw (TMI?? apologies). The thought of doing all this for more children (who I would of course love immensely, but they wouldn't feel like I loved them because there wouldn't be any products to show this love, and then they'd need therapy because of my neglect ... etc, etc), just felt like a mountain too high to climb (of my own doing of course).
ANYWAY ... this quilt is the lazy mother's quilt. It also took three and a half years to complete (from when I bought the material to when I finished it last month). All I had to do was cut strips of material that were the same width as the material. Then sew them together. Not a great deal of work in the piecing. But looking at the photos, the ones of the pieces laid out on the table are from two years ago. I even bought the binding from etsy (sooo lazy).