The Charley Harper fabric was leftover from another quilt backing and luckily it was enough to do the middle row of arrows. I think it works really well with the Kona Cotton in 'Curry'. I didn't have enough of the Kona Curry left so I went back to Village Haberdashery to get more but they were out of stock. Luckily I found more on eBay which was delivered quickly - it still took me ages to make this quilt though as we've moved house recently which has taken up so much time, and stress and anxiety but I'm sure anyone who's moved house will understand that! The white is a lovely 100% cotton sheet from a local charity shop (I always wash them on a very high wash when I buy them and obviously only buy ones that are clean to begin with!).
As you can see I'm still sticking to straight line quilting but since this quilt I've had a go at wavy line quilting which I love the look of too. I'll build up the courage to try some free motion quilting soon! However I think with this particular design the straight lines work best.
The batting is 100% bamboo and is so lovely and soft. The backing fabric is a 100% cotton double duvet cover from John Lewis which I found in a charity shop. It is such lovely quality and didn't look like it had been used! So far I've used it for 3 quilt backings and still have some left over.