The pattern is "Sunnyside" from Pat Wys' book Spotlight on Neutrals: Quilts and More for Any Decor.
I used my hoarded stash of Denise Schmidt Flea Market Fancy and Hope Valley fabrics with Moda Bella Solid in Zen Gray for the background.
I wish the lighting was better but it's been overcast on and off all day. The colors are not true in this image and this photo doesn't do justice to the saturated colors of the fabrics. There is no chance for an outdoor photo today as everything is still damp from the two weeks of a rain-storm-a-day weather. I'll try to get one when S. is home to be Mr. Quilt Holder.
Here is a detail of the stars. This is a perfect pattern to highlight some of your treasured fabrics that you've been saving for "just the right quilt". I particularly like the outer setting with the large and small triangles (or as I called it "the mountain range around the edge").
The original quilt in neutrals can be seen on Pat's blog. I think it would also look amazing in batiks.
I thought I would add an outtake of my attempts at trying to photograph this quilt today.
Count them. Three. Three cats in the middle of the photo. From the top: Remy cleaning his toes, Gomez staring off into space and not willing to move an inch, and Stella wandering around back and forth in and out of the frame. Edgar Poe (the fourth cat) was guarding the sewing machine. Never a dull moment around here.
Also, we all would like to wish a Happy Canada Day to our fellow quilters and bloggers and quilt-blog kitties to the North. Hope you have a wonderful holiday!!