I think it will be able to brighten up any institutional setting.
It is made from 2-inch, 3-inch, 5-inch. 6-inch. 9-inch and 10-inch blocks in addition to the 24 inch Hawaiian appliqué which I stitched down with buttonhole stitch on the machine. Everything except the half-square triangles and a few of the heart blocks came out of my big ziplock of orphan blocks. I expected that the blocks would be more randomly arranged, but since the blocks I had worked in this almost log cabin arrangement, I followed that path.
The backing will be pieced because I have ALMOST enough of a pink/cream/green print. I haven't yet decided how it will be quilted, I know the binding will be scrappy pinks. In the meantime, it is pinned to my design wall for me to think about. (Follow the link to see what others have on their design walls in the link list on Patchwork Times).
When it's finished, I will be sending it on to Happy Chemo as part of the H2H challenge.
While it hasn't been a WIP very long, some of those orphan blocks have been around forever, so I'm joining Angie's WIPS be Gone list.