I purchased a kit of fabrics at our local quilt show a couple of years ago and finally was able to complete it over the past months. It will look good on my mom's bed. Marianne was kind enough to bless it for me after quilting while I prepared the binding.
The fabric is predominantly Robyn Pandolph from her Sumptuous Living line. They are beautiful florals but they raveled so much during sewing that I was afraid I was going to lose my seam allowance! I also had some 'pattern' issues. Since I was making the quilt bigger than the pattern I was using, I wanted to check out how many blocks I should make for it. I have some early EQ software that came with my Bernina embroidery software. So I entered the measurements and calculated how many blocks I needed. Unfortunately, the calculations were way off and I made the quilt body way too big. I had to subtract one planned inner border and cut the main border size in half just to keep this quilt at a reasonable size for the queen size bed that my mom has. I had my friend, Rana, enter the numbers on her EQ7 and came out with the correct calculations. I was not happy with the error but I know now not to trust my current software and well, Mom still loves the quilt, so all is good.
Quilting pattern is called Feathered Curls.
I had purchased extra fabric and have quite enough left over to make some smaller quilts for more spring to share in other homes.