It's finished! I recieved so many wonderful responses for the binding color and I wish I could have used them all. Most everyone suggested a scrappy binding, which I would have loved, but every scrap of fabric in those flying geese was all I had. A couple people suggested a white binding, which sounded amazing, but it clashed a bit with the backing. I ended up taking my quilt to Sew Memphis, a local fabric store, and laid it out with as many possible fabric selections as I could and had others there helping me whittle it down until we picked the perfect color. A muted teal was selected and I really think it works well with all the colors in the quilt.
I walked around at a local park during my lunch break and took some pictures. It was so wonderful to be outside in the sun! It was still in the 40s, but I felt so good to have the sun on my face. I'm so ready for winter to disappear. The bright sun wasn't necessarily picture friendly, but I didn't care. Here's what I was able to come up with.
Here is the back. I just love this Anna Maria Horner print.
This was a fun quilt to create, but I'm glad it's finished.