She also likes pink. Pink and grey seemed a reasonably workable palette, so I give you Sloths and Unicorns in pink and grey (with a bit of glitz for the unicorn's horns)!
The Elizabeth Hartman patterns are, as always, fabulous. Both of these blocks are more involved than many of her other patterns, but they finish up as 24"/26", so I only needed two of each. And all of the fabric, except the pink border, came out of my stash, which is another win!
The quilt is entirely double sided - my mother-in-law pieced the reverse using an Alice in Wonderland layer cake (another of her favourite things), with a few extra squares from my stash. It's quilted in an all-over stipple using pale pink variegated Aurifil thread. It's been sitting waiting to be quilted since the end of May - I just didn't have the energy. When I finally made the effort to get it done, it only took a few hours but felt like a huge accomplishment.
The bright pink binding wasn't in my stash, but I think it finishes the quilt off beautifully! The quilt finishes at 60" x 60" and is another finish from my Q4 finish along list, which you can find here.