I purchased this stained, hand pieced red and white quilt top at a local flea market for $12. The quilt top had holes, different shades of white fabrics and did not lay flat, but I could see the finished look. I love to take old quilt tops and bring them alive with various types of quilting. This one needed lots of small quilting to flatten down the unevenness. I could not find the name of this pattern, but many saw turtles, geometric design and birds. I had a book that had a fish pattern in a circle and I thought it looked close, so I decided they were fish. I loaded the quilt top on my Handi-Quilter frame and could immediately tell I had my work cut out for me because the quilt top was very wavy. I thought this would be a perfect time to learn free-hand quilting. I first basted the quilt down and started with red thread to create the fish. I quilted gills and eyes on the fish. I then quilted with off white thread double circles on the cream/white and beige fabrics to matte down the quilt top and to give it a continuous look instead of drawing the eye to all the different shades of white. It was a lot of fun! I love this quilt! After it was quilted I was told the pattern is doves. I see fish, what do you see?