This is a Carolyn Friedlander pattern, called Sunrise. I won the pattern in a giveaway hosted by Stephanie, at the Modern Sewciety blog and podcast.
I don't normally work in one line of fabric, but this pattern indicated that you could use a jelly roll, so I thought I'd give it a try. I bought "Hubba Hubba" by Me and My Sister Designs. The frames are Kona Snow, and the sashing is - well, I don't know, some teal-ish kind of solid. The colours make for a happy, girly quilt!
The sunrises are paper pieced. I found that the pattern was not quite jelly roll friendly - one of the bands was wider than 2 1/2 inches. So, I drew a new line on the pattern to narrow that one band, and it worked fine after that.
I quilted it more heavily than I normally do, with spirals in the white and loopy things in the teal. In the sunrises, I used my walking foot to do a wide zig zag up each band.
For the back, I cut up a lot of the leftover jelly roll fabric into squares, and used them to add some colour.
The quilt is 48 by 48 - a good sized baby quilt. I haven't got a baby in mind, yet, but I have no doubt I'll have need of a baby gift sooner or later!