The background is Kona Coal. I used 12 different shades of pink for the circles. The largest circle is 10" and the smallest is 2". There's 2 6" circles and 2 4" circles. The quilt is 36" x 48".
The shades of pink came from the Kona Pretty in Pink colorstory (shades were the far left to the lighest pink at the "B" in Robert).
On the back I used a Remix print in Peony by Ann Kelle. The binding is made up of scraps that were leftover. The circles are raw-edged and soft and crinkly.
This was super simple to make! I cut the backing into a section about 1.5 yards long and cut the top to size at 36" by 48". I layed out the backing, batting and solid coal top. I placed the circles into position and then basted the whole thing using pins. I quilted the circles first (technically topstitching them at the same time) and then went back and drew circles in the negative spaces using an air soluble pen. I quilted those circles, added the binding by machine and then put the quilt in the wash.
You can see the quilting a little better here. Baby girl was born on Valentines day!