My quilt is one that I completed not long ago. I made this quilt for my daughter Indy to take with her to University. I made her one last year as well but she said she'd like a larger quilt.
She tells me this size is ideal for using to make a 'human kebab'.
I have another quilt which has this block design around the edge of it, I have tried to find out what the name of the design is but I haven't been able to. I'm sure it must be a traditional block as it is simply another way of laying out half square triangles. I've called it 'Scrappy Sparks'.
The colours Indy chose were orange, aqua, pink and purple. I wasn't sure how they would work together, and I added a couple of warm browns to give the quilt more depth. I also included some prints that I knew she would like, such as some bikes and some hedgehogs. The border is a Denyse Schmidt print.
It's a simple design that shows off the colour and fabric prints really well. I was surprised that the colours all look great together! I am really pleased with it. There is something so amazing when you hand over a quilt to someone. Indy was so grateful, she says she loves it!