It's not often I'm stumped for words. But I can't think of a suitable name for this quilt.
It could be Hydrangea II because it's a version of the Hydrangea quilt in The Gentle Art of Quiltmaking. That would be daft, though, because there are no hydrangeas in it. (I know there are no Hydrangeas in Hydrangea I, but that's beside the point.)
It could be Stockport Market, because the colour scheme was inspired by the 12" squares of felt I used to buy with my pocket money at Stockport Market where my default choice was always lime green and hot pink.
It could be Favourite Bright Colours because I bought all the fabrics for the ridiculously intense limes and pinks.
Or it could be a Hot Summer or a Geranium or Greenhouse quilt. It could definitely be a Hollyhock quilt because there are hollyhocks in there and it looks perfect on the fence next to the hollyhocks in the garden, but that feels unimaginative.
I also considered Busy Bee as I was photographing the it and the bees were in and out of the flowers gathering pollen. They made me think of of all the gathering of fabrics and squares and stitches and thoughts that go into the making of this and other quilts.
In the end, I've gone for Untitled. I'm always intrigued that artists create amazing pieces of art then fail/refuse to give them a titles. I just don't believe they run out of words and thoughts at the point of naming. Unlike me.