The colors are so sweet and bring. I like how the sashing between your rows sets them off.
I love the fabric you chose! Great pattern to show it off, too!
If your quilting with a machine, how about simple wavy lines like this one has https://www.threadbias.com/projects/gift-pillow ... Either in one direction or you could for wavy squares. Simple and quick. Sorry, I didn't find a better example!
I love your quilt!
This is lovely...I never stitch in the ditch as I think it is way too hard to make things look good and stay in that darn ditch. I also personally like other kinds of straight line quilting (or wavy better). I would most likely either do something wavy as Pave mentions or do straight lines at either equal intervals or random ones. Also known as organic quilting Here are some examples of what I mean http://www.pinterest.com/pin/248542473159082032/ or http://tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com/2010/08/organic-line-quilting.html
Oh, that's lovely. It's one of those simple designs which really makes you sit up and take notice. I love the irregular way you've done the chevrons, so that a strip in a striking colour will appear in the next column a bit higher up.
Are you hand-quilting or machine-quilting? This sort of project could look lovely hand-quilted with perle #8 thread. White would be a good colour to quilt in, either way, and if you have a colourful backing, it'll stand out nicely.
I agree with True - stitching in the ditch is hard to do right (and I've read it actually weakens the seams). I like to use the edge of my walking foot and stitch straight lines about 1/4" away from the seam lines - or you could make your lines varying widths and just stitch vertically up and down the quilt.
This is just adorable! You have received great advice for the quilting... good luck.
Thanks for all the quilting ideas! I decided to do straight lines down the middle of each strip and I'm really happy with how that turned out, especially on the back. But now I have a lot of other ideas for future quilts.
Oh I LOVE how you quilted it!! perfect choices and I have to say IMHO way better than stitching in the ditch would have looked. You really played up the the pattern without taking anything away from it...awesome. And binding does get easier and there are different ways to attach it as well as join ends. It took me forever to find a technique for joining ends I liked and could consistently do. Now I have found what works for me it makes life so much easier. Guess my point it play around with different ways and find one you like and that you can do ...it is different for different people:-)
What a happy little quilt.