This quilt is French Roses, from a pattern of the same name, The pattern does not have sashing but I added it for a more traditional look. The roses are layers of fabric, appliqued using the raw edge method. In this case, they are sewn a quarter inch from the edge of the fabric, with the expectation that the edges will fray and become soft. It is an easy pattern and fairly forgiving.
Here's a closer look. Some of the fabric, including the border, came from a later 3 Sisters collection called Seaside Rose.
This next quilt is not at all scrappy, using just three fabrics for the top. In the photos, the pink in the sashing looks too dark but it actually matches the darkest pink in the floral print.
The blocks are set on point, with setting triangles then the border.
Here's a little boudoir pillow (it is 12" by 16", not including the ruffles). The ballet pink floral ticking stripe is one of my favorite prints from the Paris Flea Market line. I still have a lot left. The center panel of the pillow is from a heavier weight fabric that was included in the original collection, but from what I've seen online, I don't think Moda is re-releasing it this time. It is more of a light home decor fabric than for quilting.
Back to current projects later this week!