I'm finding that this pattern is very versatile. It always looks modern, but it can be very cute at the same time. Here's a snap shot of the quilt top. It isn't quilted yet, so it will look more cuddly and crinkly once it's finished:
This quilt is for a little boy who is moving from his crib into a big boy bed. His mom chose 7 fabrics instead of the 10 that I recommend in the listing. This is just fine, and still gives the quilt plenty of variation. I'm probably going to adjust the listing so it says something like: "send me between 6 and 14 of your favorite fabrics" since I can see it working in either direction. There just needs to be some solid fabric in the design or it becomes way too busy. The eye needs a place to rest.
Look at what my customer did here: she chose one "focus fabric" (Michael Miller Zoology), two "solids" (one is a linen that has some visible texture, but it still looks solid overall), two "small" prints (dot n' square and stripes), and two "large" prints (Ellis Turquoise and the quarter dots). Really, this is a perfect fabric combo, and I'm going to use it as an example for future custom work if someone needs help choosing their fabric.
More pictures to come as the quilt is completed!