I wanted her to have some dimension, so I used Quilters' Dream Wool batting. The background is quilted densely enough that it makes her puff a little.
I pulled the background fill from a book by Diana Phillips.
The borders have different quilting designs that move around the wall hanging. They don't stay within their assigned border. There is a little bit of each spilling into the next.
The green border design is from Dustin Farrell's Freehand Filligree book.
The design in the yellow area is from Marilyn Badger. I learned it in a class that she taught at Road to California a couple of years ago.
I'm sorry I didn't get a better picture of it or the first part of the pink border. The pink border started out as a variation of Dawn Ramirez's Wonky Feathers. It morphed into stylized feathers.
I think the echoed hearts are also from Diana Phillips.
For the life of me I can't figure out how to rotate the last picture. I rotated it in my photo editing software, but when I imported it into Blogger it reverted to its original orientation.
I can't find a way to rotate photos in Blogger. Humph.