I had a couple of jelly rolls that I bought for DD. I thought she might like to make herself a quilt at some point. She told me she doesn't have a lot of interest in making a quilt (she enjoys making smaller, quicker projects) so I told her I would make the quilt for her. The jelly rolls were called "Wilderness" and I bought them at Connecting Threads right after I started quilting in 2012. I knew we needed some additional yardage to go with the jelly rolls so I asked her for her input and she suggested the cream and the turquoise solids. To cut down on the inevitable duplication with the jelly roll fabrics, I also added some of my stash that I thought would look good. I picked the pattern, the good old granny square. You can see I quilted it with my walking foot in a grid pattern. The back is a dyed muslin (she picked that fabric out as well) with blocks I made especially for the back pieced into it. I used the dyed muslin for the binding as well. Of course, she loves it. So glad I made this for her and she was able to help with the planning.