One thing I do know that I will do the same is the filler I used over the water section called Swirling Water:
This was a particularly tricky design to come up with as I wanted something very swirly, but no gaps or open spaces like Basic Spiral.
It's a little bit more advanced, but not terribly so. The biggest trouble I have is thinking ahead and knowing where to go in advance. It's almost like playing chess in a way - you always want to be 2-3 moves ahead.
Difficulty Level - Intermediate. This design is complex, but it flows very nicely. I got into a great rhythm with this design very quickly.
It's just a shame that dense stitching doesn't look as good (in my opinion) on fused fabric. Maybe it will look better when I get it wet and block it?
Filler Design Type - Branching. This design is formed by first forming a swirl motif, then branching off to create the next swirl. I found that this makes the design very versatile and able to fit into just about any area of your quilt.
Directional Texture - All Directions. I really want to play with this design a lot and see what will happen if I extend the wiggly line areas before the swirl. I think this design could have easy variations to look like a swirling snowstorm or a windy background.
Suggestions for Use - Honestly, I'm planning to use this design anywhere and everywhere I can! I think it will look great stitched big on bed quilts and stitched densely on wall quilts. The sky is the limit!
and send in a picture to show it off.
Let's go Quilt!