This is the last quilt that I had sandwiched back in June. All the rest will have to wait for layering until September.
I used a pattern shared by one of the ladies in our quilting group. Several of them had made one or more of their tops for the baby quilts using this and I had some fabril left from a previously cut project that I knew would look great.
The black floral started out life as a wide striped fabric. I just cut out full blocks as big as the stripe would allow and adjusted all the other parts to fit that.
The black border is a rosebud print that I bought a few years back and put it away waiting for inspiration. It perfectly coordinated with the floral.
I used up the very last of the floral in making the corner blocks for the outer border.
I kept the quilting very simple on this. I did echo quilting 1/2 inch from all the black fabrics and then stitched in the ditch down the yellow/green thirds.
I also did free-motion quilting as an outline to all the peach colored roses - one in each block.
The backing is a tone-on-tone peach leafy print. I used yellow in making the 1/4" binding.