For this quilt I used mostly Scrumptious by Bonnie and Camille for Moda (the line really is scrumptious) with some other Bonnie and Camille fabrics mixed in. I made the lap version of the quilt finishing at about 60" x 60" and my daughter has already claimed it as hers.
The quilt was not difficult, but I will admit that it was quite time consuming, each block contains 12 flying geese along with a bunch of other pieces. One of the nice things about this pattern is that it is actually very layer cake friendly with each block being formed from 2 layer cake pieces.
I quilted the quilt using a really open paisley swirl type pattern, I like how the curls compliment the straight lines and triangles in the blocks. I bound the quilt using a red and pink bias stripe fabric from the Scrumptious collection. For the back of the quilt I found the perfect sheet set at Target having a repeating leaf pattern in teal and green for only $13. I still have enough for backings for two baby quilts so you will probably see it again.
I am working on the pattern for this quilt and am almost ready to send it to my testers and reviewers. This by far has been the most complicated quilt pattern that I have written to date and I have been taking extra time to make sure that all of the illustrations and instructions are as simple and clear as they can be.
As a bonus, finishing this quilt was my January goal for the A Lovely Year of Finishes. (Here was my goal post)
I am also linking up to Link a Finish Friday, Whoop Whoop Friday, Thank Goodness Its Finished Friday, and Finish It Up Friday.