I made this one in basically the same way as the pillows - except I framed several fussy cut prints with mod basics in Sun from Birch and then used Rose Garden in Taupe from Fort Firefly to frame around those prints. I think if I made this again, I would widen the floral frame like I did in the pillows (but I was using a FQ bundle here.)
I quilted this using the same floral motif that I use quite often but this time I kept each motif separate and placed them randomly throughout the entire quilt in different shapes and sizes.
For the binding, I just used the same fabric that I used for the background. I've been wanting to try this and this seemed like a great quilt to do so on. While I really enjoy selecting prints for binding to either contrast or coordinate with the quilt, I really like how this matching binding worked with all the negative space on this quilt - what do you think?
Oh, and I unfortunately did not include a fussy cut of the teepee that appears in two of the prints in the quilt but I wanted to share this photo because if you look closely at the blurred background, you can see the teepee (without its cover) that my daughters made this summer to use for their outdoor picnics and other adventures - just like the girl in the fabric - well, except without the forest animals.