When I fould a 'manager's special' at 40% off at the fabric store I had to buy some yardage in every color it was available. This bubble fabric came in tan, brown, red and teal.
I used a tutorial from the Missouri Star Quilt Company called the Amazing Jelly Roll from 3 Dudes Quilting. It essentially has you sew four strips together side-by-side, measure the total width, and cut lengths to match so you end up with squares. These are laid, right sides together so the strips go horizontal on one and vertical on the other. You stitch 1/4 inch all around the outside and then cut on both diagonals. You end up with four squares with a mix of vertical and horizontal stripes. So Cool!
I arranged the resulting blocks into two types of blocks and assemgled the quilt with sashing. My quilt was MUCH longer than wide so I gathered all the left overs from the strip cutting and made side borders for the quilt, followed by another green border.
I quilted with a light cream thread in loop-the-loops.
The quilt ended up larger than anticipated do the backing I had chosen was notbig enough. I took some of the scraps from the bubble fabrics and pieced a giant stripe for the back, off-centered for impact.
I obviously used cream thread in the bobbin as well, so you get a good view of the quilting here, too.