The truth is, I began two different quilts at two different times and had already cut the jelly rolls for each. When both quilts were going to end up too small - I just combined them into one.
The best part of using the pre-cut collection from Moda (or any other manufacturer), is that the end results harmonize - and that was a plus for me since the fabric came out in 2012. There was no stress since every piece worked - and there were many, many pieces.
I opted for a dimple dot minky in taupe instead of honey browns or light creams since this quilt is going to a home with that palette. Those colors would also work for the back. (The coordinating coral color binding was also a request - but a nice choice is the ocean blue like my other California Girl quilt - more of a contrast.)
Quilting was done with a medium broken zigzag using the sides of the squares as a guide - then straight stitching using a 3.5 stitch length down the middle of each square.
Move to step 2 and sew 2.5" x 6.5" on the sides - chain piecing again.
I press my seams open and trimmed to 6". Join 4 six inch squares together and make a block - trim to 11"
White sashing was 2.5" strips of Kona cotton.
California Girl by Fig Tree/Moda
Dimple dot minky / taupe
Aurifil 50wt / light sand (#2000) & beige (#2314)
Warm & white batting