April's design features a layered tulips basket, with woven basket reed strips, 3-part button, paper binding edge strips and letter-cutout "name" tag. The finished size design is approx. 7x10, but of course you can re-size to your own preferences.
If you decide to create a "quilt" for each month, there are several ways to display them that offer convenience for changing with each new month. Here, the paper version is clipped to a wire mesh frame. A tutorial for creating your own display frame follows on this blog.
Here is a fabric version - a more conventional mini-quilt - enlarged at 134%. It is displayed with attached sheer ribbons to a counter-top towel holder from Bed Bath & Beyond (find this product here). Edge treatment of my fabric quilt will be completed later, using traditional fabric binding.
In place of the cut-out button, I substituted a regular colorful button at the handle hinge.
The fabric shapes were cut on my Silhouette Cameo using their fabric interfacing. The layers were assembled and "fused" with a hot iron, according to the product directions. If you do not plan to stitch over the cut edges of the applique shapes, use "clean cut" interfacing which has a thicker layer of fusing adhesive to keep fabric edges from fraying.
Check the May On the Docket blog post (to follow at a later date) for two more ways to display your finished paper or fabric On the Docket quilt.