Well, that took awhile but it is done (except I have to snip threads) and was claimed by my son for his bed! Ultimately, I think it will be a picnic quilt for concerts on the green and the like.
It's not quilted heavily except on the tea towel which is nice and cuddly. Close up below:
Quick review - I hadn't worked with so much "made fabric" before and there are some spots that came apart which I will have to hand sew back together (small price to pay!).
Initially, I though this might be a low volume quilt, but I found that terribly boring and started adding lots of color and orphan blocks.
As I played, it did all flow together and take shape on it's own. Adding the ribbon was a new trick which I quite like and I pieced large scale concentric squares for the backing.
Wrapping up, making this quilt made me realize that I prefer to go with the flow rather than follow patterns, although I do both. I tend to start with patterns and adapt or modify them as it suits me.
Thanks for a wonderful learning experience Victoria!!! Now I can start my architectural challenge - although I will probably miss that deadline : )