This is Cuzco, designed by Kate Spain. My client made it using Kate's fabrics too, and specifically requested that the quilting resemble how Kate's quilt from spring Market looked (was quilted by somebody else). It is for her daughter, and she likes the Aztec-look which she feels that the rays and curves give. The quilting on the reference quilt is really quite simple, so I did just what she wanted. Besides, if I don't have to design the quilting, it takes a chunk of time off of my palate. Nobody was complaining.
This 56" (or so) quilt has Omni white thread. I had to mark the rays, but the rest of it is free-handed. It has a good bit of ditch stitching to keep all of the saw-toothed edges pointy. That is just my preference. Too many quilters these days omit the ditch quilting to expedite their jobs (or they just don't like doing it). It's a fun, graphic quilt, and the client liked it.