Hawaiian applique is usually made with just two fabrics, one appliqued on top of the other, with a circular repeating pattern. Usually the patterns are organic, representing leaves, flowers, or animals. I decided to try my own updated version of Hawaiian Applique with a completely rigid and geometric pattern. I needle-turn appliqued the design onto the background fabric and then simply echo quilted it. The quilt is quite small, only 24" square.
I decided to do simple echo quilting because I wanted emphasize the shape of the applique. Once again, I like the back as much as the front!
Here's a detail view of the front. It doesn't really match my decor, but it has a new home above my bed.