I finally got some time to start on my DQS10 quilt. I've had this idea sketched for almost a month now, but I kept putting it off because it should come together fairly quickly once I start...aren't I terrible? :)
I'm using a Kona Pastel Charm pack for all the circles and they'll be reverse appliqued (which is a new technique for me). I'm also considering throwing in some toned-down prints to add some interest....but I'm not sure exactly how/what that's going to look like yet. Aren't the little bunnies cute? They're going to be appliqued over two of the circles (and I'm not certain on that either...over a print? solid?). After I drew this it made me think of that Whack-a-Mole game....so I've dubbed it the "Whack-a-Bunny" quilt, haha! You don't have to tell me I have a sick sense of humor, because I already know ;)
Here are some pictures to give you a rough idea of what I'm going for. Keep in mind the circles will be much smaller than the squares pictured....and I'm still working out whether or not I want 4 or 5 columns like in the sketch. Right now I'm leaning toward 4.
The green prints at the bottom are ones I'm considering sticking in that row instead of the KJR print. I think I'm going to eliminate the Heather Ross print from consideration though because it's way too busy. Any other suggestions? I'm open to any nice pastel-ish, green, modern prints you think would work better than what I have pictured. I'm not really a pastel person, so it was slim pickins when I was rooting through my stash.