Used to be shirts ... now it's a quilt! It quilted together in an absolute nanosecond compared to the pink one - I wanted it to stay lovely and soft so it's not heavily quilted at all. The loose pattern was very quick to do. I'm really pleased with it because it's such a utility item; leftover clothing! Doesn't get more make do than that. And even though you would never pick the colours or the fabrics out in a quilt shop, they work together quite well.
Here is a close up of the quilting - I've used this pattern before, it's from my Mindful Meanderings book. It's a good pattern when there are squares that you can follow and keep it all regular. I wanted to bind it in shirting but there was no way - narrow strips just bent and wobbled all over the place - so it's a neutral from the stash.
This quilt is called "Budget Scones" which is a terribly unfunny public service in-joke from my husband's work. It is so unfunny it's not even worth explaining ... but it is sufficiently random for a quilt name.