In 2021 or 2022, Tilda Fabrics released a free pattern called Embroidery Flower. It mimicked the look of beautiful old-fashioned needlepoint. This is what the website says:
This lovely quilt is quite unusual and is reminiscent of floral needlepoint embroideries, recreated here using a subtle mixture of solid fabrics on a dark peacock background. The design is made up of just squares in a single size, so there’s lots of easy cutting and sewing, although for the best result you do have to match up seams neatly when sewing the patches together.
There are 46 different colors in the quilt. Could I have made it with my own stash? Of course. Did I want to try pulling out all those colors and make sure they were just right? Not a chance. Also, I had not worked with Tilda solids before. I have sewed with solids from nearly every fabric manufacturer and had been wanting to try Tilda, so that was my justification. I can say that I look forward to working with Tilda fabrics again.
I think "easy" is an interesting choice to describe this quilt. It takes a lot of organization. We happened to have a lot of divided containers that we had never used before, and they were perfect for this project! I also ordered the numbered color dividers for a couple of dollars, very helpful.