I'm not really naming this, but if I would, it might be "Migration Around the World." Maybe.
I started this during the Scrappy Trip Around the World craze. It looked like a lot of fun, but I knew I didn't have time to make a whole quilt right now. Our local Salt Lake MQG guidelines for the challenge added that we needed to incorporate triangles, so I added flying geese around the outside. They are tiny, finishing at 1"x2". The whole quilt is about 15.5" on each side. I've given this to my 4-year-old daughter as a doll quilt (stuffed tiger quilt?) so I let her help me on it. She operated the foot pedal while I did the straight-line quilting. It was just a little scary. =) A few of the lines ended up a little wonky because it is hard to control everything with a kid in between me and the machine! She loved it and is looking forward to sewing more with me, especially when it's something pink.
I pieced the back and used up many of my scraps, and did a scrappy binding as well. My munchkin is very happy with it! Hannah the tiger seems to like it too.