I supplemented the design roll with some scraps, and also purchased a few newer pieces, but the entire quilt is made from Tim Holtz fabric, other than a strip of chambray on the back.
The background fabric is Model Airplanes from the Correspondence collection. There is not a lot of contrast between this fabric and some of the design roll fabrics; I chose to use them all anyway. The design might not be as distinct this way, but I like the result.
I used a ruler to quilt a curve design in the print areas; this was inspired by an online class with Lisa Calle. I repeated the curves in each block, but used a variety of background fills. This one with matchstick quilting is one of my favorites, but I only did one block like this because of the time involved. (I did several with a more relaxed back-and-forth fill.)
Here's a photo showing the border quilting and the bias binding:
And here is a view of the quilting from the back:
I used two different fabrics for the back; they seemed to want something to separate them, so I inserted a strip of chambray.
I like both fabrics, but I really like the one on the right, and I sort of regret not using it for the entire backing.
This quilt started out to be a quick project with minimum investment, but I ended up spending so much time on the quilting that I'm a little more attached to it now.
I'm linking up with crazy mom quilts for Finish It Up Friday.