This is a doll quilt / pillow sham I just finished for my sister's niece. My sis appliqued the leafy part (the hard part of the project), so the whole thing is for my niece-in-law once removed? (I really don't know how the whole "removal" thing works, but it sounds okay.) The pattern is called a maile wreath, and is for a girl named Miley. (Miley and Maile rhyme, if you were wondering). Miley's mom lived in Hawaii, and this is a small block example of Hawaiian quilting style. Normally, though, one would hand quilt the design of leaf veins, and then an outline every inch or so spreading out from the central pattern. I just did the lazy girl machine quilt method, due to time restraints and my late pregnancy tired state.
Hawaiians always have a big luau to celebrate their children's first birthday, so Miley will receive this for her first birthday this weekend.
(Were there enough parenthesis for you? I can always throw in a few more.)