Last week I got this stack of fabrics from Jennifer Paganelli.
I paired the prints with a great Robert Kaufman solid. I think it is a Carolina Chambray - the warp is a golden yellow and the weft is a dark chocolate brown. The result is a very pretty solid that goes great with these colorful prints.
I pieced half square triangles and put them around the corner of a 7.5 inch piece of the print. The resulting block is ten and a half inches square.
I finished sewing the top together this afternoon.
Now to baste and quilt.
edit to add:
I spread this out on the floor to pin baste and got another photo of the quilt in different light. I love how it looks like there are two different solid fabrics here.
It gives a lot of movement to the quilt. The solid fabric looks different from different directions. I cut the triangles both ways on the diagonal to give this effect.
It is a subtle thing but I think it adds interest to the finished quilt.