This is what's called a medallion quilt - a motif is featured in the center and surrounded by a design. In this case, the medallion is appliqued daffodils, surrounded by the traditional Storm at Sea patchwork motif, worked in orange, yellow and green.
This is actually partially responsible for making me want to do a quilt with my students.
This is an example of a tessellation - usually I hate cat tessellations, but this one was well orchestrated.
I liked the color play in this one, which did not translate well to a photograph.
Given what I saw last year, I wouldn't have expected to see a quilt with blue jeans represented among the larger quilts; there did seem to be fewer large entries this year, and more smaller pieces. Curious to see what will be entered next year.
I did discover, as I browsed the vendors, that there was in fact a quilt shop near The Cutest School Ever. Why this didn't come up when I did a Google search before my tenure started, I'm not sure.