I used "Panache" by Sanae (I bought mine at Blueberries) - modern and pretty at the same time. I made some squares larger than others and surrounded each fabric square with cream and then light green fabric.
I wasn't sure about the grey fabric before I quilted it. I thought that there was way too much grey, but the stippling moved it into the background and now I absolutely love it. I think the squares of fabric really stand out against it.
I hand quilted each bracelet. I do enjoy hand quilting, there's something rhythmic and calming about it. I also like the heirloom quality it gives to a quilt.
Thanks Todd for racing down to the park at 7am to take these photos. As always they're beautiful.
I bound my quilt in more of the panache fabric. I went for another peiced back (not included in the pattern) - I didn't have enough of any one fabric, so instead of buying more I just cut them up and put them back together in this chunky design. I really like how the hand and machine quilting show up on the back.
This pattern is available for purchase - the stockists list is on my sidebar. Alternatively you can download it instantly for AU$10.00 (approx US$9). It contains 6 pages of full colour step by step photos and diagram to complete the quilt top.