I've been doing customer quilts over the last couple of days, catching up so that I can get back to the Cherub quilt (now officially "Bacchanalia" because I sent the paperwork in).
This one was tons of fun to do...the variety of scraps represented in this quilt is truly amazing! I love how the black gives structure to the rest...everything can be chaotic because that black is so regimented and predictable.
Here's a little detail of one of the blocks. Although almost all of my quilting is done in a magenta pink, you can't really see it - which is good. It would confuse the issue too much if the quilting was too demanding. I didn't want to do a panto over this, as it would nullify it, you'd lose the predictable square rhythm of it - so did a loose, continuous line freehand accentuating the 'exploding' aspect of the blocks.
If I could find a doorway into a parallel universe where I could make a scrap quilt for myself, I'd make this one.