The package has arrived -so I can post this now.
This is the quilt I made for Jill - using Lyn Brown's awesome, easy to follow pattern (for the most part) and Moda Wonderland fabric. It took part of a layer cake and a handful of fat quarters, plus some white-on-white from my stash, and a cool chocolate brown from the As You Witch fabric stash (it was the binding on that quilt and will also be the binding on this quilt in addition to the little squares.)
This was a VERY fun pattern to work with - and when I went from the D9P blocks to the HST blocks, it was like a little "adventure" every time I pressed the triangle back and saw what the cutting had given me underneath. I changed it up a bit by doing the piano key border, but was trying to use up my FQ's and layer cake slices as much as possible without buying extra yardage. It does look VERY busy in the photo -and it is a pretty busy top -but live and in person you can really see the colors and patterns coming together.
And after my fiasco with Hancock Fabrics this is the backing fabric I chose. The brown binding really picks up the dark magenta/brown outlines of the dots, and although it is hard to see in this photo combo, the teals really work together, too. I thought Wonderland would be such a hard fabric to match - and it was - but this works!
I can't wait to see how it looks all layered and bound, and after Jill has been able to work her quilting magic on it!!!
Quilt with No Name? I thought of one - and googled it - and when my computer censored it I thought perhaps that it was not such a good name after all - so now I am trying to come up with a different one but nothing has called out to me yet.