The barn quilt squares were a pretty good example of how quick you can turn out sellable work with one of these machines.
Yesterday there was an "Art in the Park" Quilting exhibit in a nearby town that had spaces for craft vendors. Without much advance warning, they asked me to attend as they had not filled all of their space (I am a graphic designer; I am known in the area for producing signs and apparel).
Friday morning I did not have much ready for this show (work and personal life interfering with my plans; And not much product of a craft/art nature in stock as it has been years since I have attended an event like this).
So within a day, and keeping with the "quilting" theme of the nearby main exhibit, we designed (the squares are modelled after 3 classic quilting square patterns), carved, sanded and stained a bunch of these.
Only 6-8 minutes of carving per square using a Vbit in 1x12 Select Pine.
Our booth with the Mini Barn Quilts, some shirts I printed up early Saturday morning, and examples of other work and unfinished projects (always nice to have examples laying around of what can be done in order to make contacts for future orders):