First of all, it measures approximately 60 inches by 70 inches. I used Soft and Toasty for the batting - I bought a bolt of it from Joanns on sale a while back. I love the low loft of this and how it quilted up. It's really soft and comfy!
For the backing, I primarily used Tuxedo Stripe Black by Dear Stella with a random fat quarter (the square grid), polka dot fabric by Michael Miller, and a piece of the Cloud 9 fabric. For the binding, I found Cloud 9 Premium Quilting Straw Hat in mint/blue (this is the pink one - can't find it online) at the new Joanns store in Greenville, SC.
I quilted this using an overall grid centered in the aqua/teal square in each block. Then, I echoed the grid lines, about 2 inches apart. I love it. My straight lines are organic, again! I used Aurifil in 50 weight in a light gray color. It mostly looks white on the darker fabrics, but on the gray and white, it looks true to color.
Anyone have an idea of how many different fabrics were used in the making of this quilt? I haven't counted yet but I'm a little bit curious. At first glance, I can spot several different designers and lines....