This has been on my UFO pile in various stages for quite a while, and finally I got the necessary kick up the bum to get it finished.
It's for a friend's little girl, who just had her birthday, and they're visiting our area this weekend. It was now or never! Luckily(?), I've had the batik top pieced for ages, and I'd already folded most of the petal shapes - I just needed wadding and a back and to get it quilted. In a spirit of
experimentation, I grabbed a bit of fleece that I'd bought to back something else that already got finished and covered the whole thing in a FMQ pattern of leaves and flowers and stippling. I've never actually quilted fleece before!
Even though I spent a bit of time huffing and trying to figure out which side of the fleece was the right side, I think I still managed to get it wrong! It's still snuggly, though!
Once the top was quilted, I got all my petal shapes and arranged them across the quilted top, then pinned them in place and sewed them down with machine buttonhole stitch.
The flower centres are raw-edge applique circles cut from some jelly roll scraps, and the binding is left-over scraps from a jelly roll that happened to have colours that went with the top and the back. And... DONE!