And it has patterns like Waypoint.
This quilt immediately grabbed me when I opened Jeni's book. Part of the reason is probably her color choices (she used a favorite line, Sugar Pop, with lots of orange and purple). The pattern also appealed to me, because it lets large focal prints shine.
The Alexander Henry floral print I used is a favorite from the stash. I never had a plan for that print, but I love the colors and the boldness, so it seemed like a perfect choice in this quilt.
I chose others from the stash, building on the floral, and the top came together in less than a week.
I finally quilted it a few weeks ago, and bound it in a lovely mustard.
As usual, I made a scrappy back for it, in grays and pinks with little yellow pops.
Elliott helped me with the photos, but as you can see, it was a windy weekend. We took the finished shots in Galveston, during a day trip on Saturday.
I've already got a second project in the works from Jeni's charts, and I hope to share that in the next few months.