Since you friendly ladies made me feel so welcome, my first post in this thread!
I'm not going to go for 14 quilts in 2014 (i noticed there's also a 13-in-13 thread, how many more years are you going to keep this up?
) but as that's not a requirement, I'll start with what I will do this year.
I'm working on 2 quilts right now, and I'm planning on finishing them both.
1. Old jeans quilt. I'm not exactly sure how big this thing's going to turn out. I guess I'm just going to continue until I run out of old pairs of jeans. The log cabin blocks are made from strips of fabric that are 12 cm (little less than 5" ) wide and the seams are a foot wide (is that how you say it in English? I've used to edge of the sewing machine foot as a measure). I'm not exactly sure why there's such a variety in size, I only noticed that when I laid them out on the floor. Might be use of different rulers. When I sew the blocks together, I think I'll trim them at 55 x 55 cm, which is about 22". I've only started this a few weeks ago, it's a very quick and easy pattern. The only difficult part is making sure the strips you cut are straight and not curved.
2. Flower print baby quilt. Started this one in 2009, from a kit I bought online. Still love the pattern. Some people might say it has too much flowers, but I don't really believe in 'too much flowers'. I randomly laid out the blocks. On the left is the pile of large squares that I still need to cut smaller squares for. On the right is the pile of blocks that are completely cut, just not sewn together yet. On top is the backing etc. fabric.
Then, my first quilt that I finally completed last year. I made the top as a kid. I was always nagging and bothering my mum when she was sewing, so she set me up next to her on her old machine and told me to sew scraps together. I was extremely excited, my family wasn't too much, and I hid the top away for nearly 15 years. I found it back last year, got all nostalgic about the scraps that were used (from clothes I used to wear) and decided to finish it. Considering I was 8, I don't think it's at all bad. It's of course sewn together quite badly, so finishing it wasn't too easy. It was handquilted, I made five large circles. I decided not to quilt too much because it would only draw attention to how uneven it is.