While looking through the photos of this quilt, I found this image which has me wondering if the reason I've been drawn to lots of low-volume and pink fabrics lately is because those beautiful pink flowers are the main view outside my window. This also might explain why my new favorite quilting design is flowers.
I had initially pulled these fabrics to make cushion covers but then quickly realized that this was not the right palette for the intended purpose. However, I really liked these fabrics together so I made a quick quilt using a similar method to the one I described here except I offset the strips.
So, despite this being a completely finished (but not yet washed) quilt, I unpicked the one big spiral and replaced it with a giant flower design. I don't think I would necessarily recommend doing this but it actually worked out okay this time. As you can see in the above photo, I did leave in the little spiral which I wish I had also unpicked but oh, well. Fortunately, this quilt will be one that lives in my house with my daughters who are happy to overlook any and all imperfections (which, if you saw any of my quilts up close, you would know is a good thing!)