Hole in the Wall pattern by Eleanor Burns. I got this pattern off the donation table at our AZ retreat and had been holding it for a while. I didn't use the construction method in the pattern as I wanted to use novelty fabrics (of course) and needed to keep the direction of the fabric consistent. I used mostly large scatter prints to camouflage the seams as much as possible. As mentioned before it is always fun to collect and arrange novelty fabrics by color. Makes me feel like I'm playing with jelly beans.
Pattern from Connecting Threads, double pinwheel. The border used up the left over triangles from previous projects. I'm not all that pleased with how the contrast works in the pinwheels but it was an interesting experiment. If I ever do it again, I think the center pinwheels need to be solid or TOT and not novelty. The novelty in the middle of novelty looks too busy or muddy.
This was just a fun quilt to use up scraps. It goes together quickly and doesn't have any points to match!