Kiwi Quilts. It's a Quilt As You Go (QAYG) quilt. Each hexagon has a same size batting hexagon and a larger backing fabric hexagon. The backing fabric is folded over the front, then a wide decorative machine stitch in a contrasting colour thread sews the folded backing edge onto the front with batting. The hexagons are joined with a ladder stitch also by machine. Here's the other side with it's rainbow colour scheme:
Jack got heaps of use from this quilt; and then his sister Amelia used it as well. It reminds me of the poem "For Baby" by Nancy Riddell.