Do you have - and use - colour cards in your quilting? They are a great resource to have on hand when choosing colours for a quilt, especially for online shopping. The cards are available for purchase from most manufacturers for their on-going lines.
Earlier this year, I used Hoffman Watercolour Handpaints in the Stuffle and In The Summertime and having a colour card made the fabric selection much easier.
It is so pretty on its own that all I added was a bit of quilting to make a wallhanging for my sewing room. I bordered and bound it with some of my favourite watercolours.
I simply stitched straight lines around each colour, and then added some squiggly lines vertically between each section to make the little pillows pop out.
this pattern for a quilt made using the panel by Linda Fitch; it's beyond clever. The panels are available from Mrs. Pugsley's Emporium, and I understand are selling quickly.