All of the quilts are pieced a little different. On this one I did different treatments in the two borders and then the same treatment border to border on the panel.
In the panel I did a fun leaf and loop meander. After all caterpillars and butterflies like leaves.
I had a lot of fun doing the outer border. I did a 1 inch crosshatch. That skinny blue strip is actually part of the print on the border fabric. I did stitch in the ditch and then stitched on the line on the other side, so know it looks pieced when you see the quilt in person. In the green I did pothos leaves that ended up looking like butterflies.
The second quilt has a large swirling meander border to border in the panel area. And then separate border treatments.
I did a C and reverse C pattern in the small orange border. Once again I stitched both sides of the blue part of the border stripe and the did a swirling border treatment that coordinates with the meander I did in the center.
On this I did denser quilting and treated the colored dot fabric different then the white back ground.
This has a small, dense swirling meander in the white background. In the dots there is a wiggly crosshatching. I quilted in the caterpillar, butterfly and leaf flowing the lines in the drawings.
I did the pothos leaf butterflies in the orange borders and stitched on both sides of the blue border. Then I did double piano keys in the outer boarder. They are not even, instead I had the double lines fall between the fruit.