The pattern was originally meant to highlight Charley Harper fabric (hence the name), but using it with the Wonder! fabric line made me want to highlight the color-block the most. And using the solid Midnight for the background guaranteed the triangles would pop.
There were enough extra triangle pieces to make a column of them for the backing of the quilt, with the Bright Aqua for either side.
The quilt was so quick to assemble (one day for the top, one day for the back) that I completely forgot to photograph as I went along! The next time I thought of it was when I was quilting.
Once I was done, I buried threads while contemplating binding fabric. The quilt wanted a colorful binding! But which would work the best? The color-block would get lost I thought. The arrows would be fun, but I would have to fussy-cut them. So that's what I did.
Thanks for the fabric, PBS! I look forward to the next project!