84 x 84
I was inspired by a picture of a Tula Pink quilt called Chipper. It's a basic 12 inch Birds in the Air block set on point. Although she has a free pattern you can use if you are so inclined I made the blocks my own way plus made my quilt a bit larger.
I found it a great way to use some of the larger print pansy fabrics I've had in my stash for quite some time.
I quilted it on my DSM with horizontal and diagonal lines basically stitching a quarter inch inside the triangles that are the color of the outside triangles (if that makes sense?) I had some variegated Coat's and Clark's machine quilting threads on hand but wasn't sure if I had enough of either so I used a purple variegated on the front and...
...an aqua, pink, yellow, purple variegated thread in the bobbin.
I found just enough fabric for the backing stashed in my butterfly fabric box. In fact the quilt width just fit inside those dotted lines on each selvage. And I had just enough of a purple solid for the binding.
The quilt looks like it could be reversible.
This one is for my bed now. I'll bet it feels great in the morning to wake up surrounded by pansies. (Or to see it at the foot of the bed since I don't have a/c so don't really use quilts in the summer).