Quilt no 1, Christo's Gates in Spring was made by Wil in the Netherlands, and went to live with Virginia in Brazil.
Virginia made quilt no 29, Carpe Diem, whicih went to Margaret J in Australia.
Margaret's quilt, no 24, Woodland Night, went to Marei in the US.
The quilt that Marei made, which was no 32: Feeling Blue, went to Margaret G, in the UK.
Margaret G's quilt, Cornish Cottages (no 23) - which was the most requested quilt in this round of the swap - ended up with Joan E.
Joan (who is also in the UK) made quilt no 28, which ended up with Sarah (again in the UK - lots of UK quilts this time around).
Sarah made two quilts for this round of the swap. The first of these, no 7: Hexie's Rock, went to live with Vreni in Switzerland.
Vreni's quilt was no 19: A Blackbird's Delight. She sent it to Barbara C in Northern Ireland.
Barbara also made two different quilts for this round of the swap. Here is the first, no 8: Dancing in the Rain, which went off to Barbara S in the US.
The quilt which Barbara S made - no 2 "Endless Pawsibilities" - went to live with Lyndsey in the UK.
Lyndsey's quilt was called A Cat's Stairway to Heaven (no 35), and she sent it to Justine in the US.
Justine's quilt, no 9: Beloved Butterfly, flew off to Lise in Norway,
while Lise's quilt (no 6, The Silk Road) went to Di in the US.
The quilt which Di made - no 3, Journeying - went to Mary J in the UK
and Mary's quilt Bats at Twilight (no 18) flew off to Wil in the Netherlands. Which brings this little loop of revelations to a close.
Penny in Australia, a long-time player in my swaps, made this little quilt (no 4), which went to live with Sheila in the UK.
Sheila's quilt, no 17: Raven, stayed in the UK with Rosie
who made this piece - no 11 - which ended up flying off to Kathleen in the US.
Kathleen was another of the players who made two quilt this time around, and the first of hers, no 14: Pretty in Pink, went to live with Sabine in Germany.
Sabine made the quilt Chicken House (no 12), which came to live with Jayne in the UK.
The quilt which Jayne made - no 26: "My Favourite Thing" - stayed in the UK with Pam,
and Pam's quilt Cottage on the Square (no 21) went flying off to Australia to live with Penny. And that brings another section of the reveal to a close.
Ramona in the US, who has played in all (I think) of my swaps, this time around made quilt no 5, Blue Windows, which was chosen by Barbara C in Northern Ireland.
The second of Barbara's quilts, no 13: Summer Days, went off to live with Mary S in the US.
Mary also made two quilts for the swap, one of which - no 16 Shape Up - she ended up keeping; the other, Autumn Chickadee (no 15) found a new home with Kjersti in Norway.
The quilt which Kjersti made - no 30, Blue Rose - went off to California to live with Julie.
Julie was another person to make two quilts for the swap and her first one, When Pigs Fly (no 20) went to Tish, also in the US.
Tish - also the maker of two quilts for this swap - made quilt no 38 (untitled), which ended up with Melody, in the US.
Melody made quilt no 10 (untitled), which was chosen by Joan P in the UK,
while Joan's quilt went to Sarah (also UK). That quilt was called New Life From Decay (no 27).
Sarah's quilt - her second in the swap - was no 31, Little Bird - and that went to Ramona. Which ties up that strand nicely.
Not far to go now!
Julie's second quilt, Wildflowers (no 22) went to Andrea in Australia (who just happens to be Julie's sister - but Andrea didn't know who had made the quilt when she put it on her list).
Andrea's quilt Transit of Mercury (Not to Scale) (no 36) came across to the UK to live with me (and very lovely it is - quilts always look better in person - I'd love to see all these in the flesh, so to speak!)
while my own quilt, Squaring the Circle (no 25), went back to California to live with Julie. Julie and I have been friends for many years and I actually have one of her quilts from a swap long ago, but this is the first one she has of mine, so that's fun.
And finally, we have two straight swaps (not that they knew it at the time, mind you) -
Quilt no 33, All my Hearts are Rainbows, made by Sue in the US, went to Marie,
while Marie's untitled quilt, no 34, went to Sue.
And Tish's second quilt, no 37, went to Kathleen
while Kathleen's second quilt, no 39: Friendship Flower, went to Tish.
And that, ladies (and gentlemen - though we didn't have any playing this time around), is that. ALQS10, revealed in all its glory. Tune in again in 2017 for another round - I hope you can play along!