I spent some time with Mariam Chilvers Sampler 1833. I got interested in her leg-o-mutton sleeves, which apparently during the early 1800s were a thing. I did a little research into it (can't remember what site or I'd link to it), and it seems that the sleeves got larger and larger until they had to be stuffed with cotton or other materials to keep them properly poofed, and a lady entering a room might have to turn sideways because the sleeves wouldn't allow her to go through the doorway.
And Valentine's Day is coming, so in honor of that holiday, is a little something from New York Dreamer.
I've been perusing the fabrics at Fabric.com. What a wonderful website, with lots and lots of quilt fabrics perfect for backing little projects like this. You can save your fabrics to a "wall" and go look at them from time to time before you place an order. It's quite addictive and is a delightful waste of time at work. Maybe this one for the above design?