Maybe a Four Patch Frenzy or a Four Patch Fizz? I'll let you decide. I went to the Quarterjack Quilters Exhibition at Merley House, near Wimborne. I bottled out of taking any photos and now think afterwards that I should have done as it was a lovely exhibition and the venue itself (which was new to the group) was really lovely. The group had worked on several projects which looked really good. I had taken away with me one idea though as several members of the group did quilts called "Nine Patch Pizzaz", which I later Googled, was from a book of the same name written by Judy Sisneros. This uses large scale prints as large blocks arranged with nine patch blocks.
Last year I took part in "Another Little Quilt Swap" organised by Kate North and had a lovely little quilt from Mary in California, who also enclosed a fat quarter of "Welcome to Hollywood" fabric and this fabric seemed ideal. You can read about the Swap here. Nine patches seemed the wrong scale for the fabric that I had so reduced down to four patches, which worked better with the fabric
This improv piecing on an improv design board (a piece of fleece clipped over a dressmaking cutting board), I then sewed the blocks together in groups, then it quickly became a whole quilt top.