I just quilted this 30"x36" wallhanging for a client. It's one of my favorite quilts to do in a long time. Small enough to hold my interest, and when they are smaller, it is easier to put detail in without feeling innundated. I used 2 batts since it's a wallhanging. There's a layer of poly on top of the normal Hobbs 80/20 to give the extra relief to the details. This quilt is kind of in the style of Louisa Smith's strips and curves method, with the kaleidoscope circles/snowflakes. It's incredible how a printed fabric can piece to make so many intricate shapes.
The snowflake blocks are actually only made from 8-45degree wedges, despite appearing more complicated. I simply outlined some of the key lines in the geometry and let the fabrics do the rest.