Every month, the International Quilt Museum in Nebraska, USA, features a Quilt of the Month. This is a great website and I encourage you to take a look!
This month's quilt is called My Rob Peter to Pay Paul II by Japanese quilt artist Keiko Goke. Here is the quilt and information from the museum's website.
2020 Sendai, Japan Cotton; machine pieced and quilted Gift of the Robert and Ardis James Foundation IQM 2020.052.0002
Keiko Goke’s meditation on the original Rob Peter to Pay Paul quilt creates an updated, richly-colored and spontaneous version of the traditional pattern.
When Goke first began quiltmaking 50 years ago, she focused on what she calls “picture quilts” made with figurative appliqué because, she says, “I didn’t want my quilts to look similar to other quiltmakers’ work.”
Later, she embraced traditional pieced patterns, but only by approaching them extemporaneously, without templates and by cutting and placing hand-dyed fabrics directly as she works.