Giveaway Mondays: Dancing with the Flowers
I have a winner: Diane T. of Richmond, VA. Congratulations, Diane!
Yes, I know it's Autumn and the flowers are just about gone. That's why we make quilts with floral fabric, right? The first quilt I made with this pattern was in 2007 and I used some Amy Butler fabrics. I have since given this away. Big blocks make for a nice, big quilt. This appeared in my 2nd book.
|Dancing with the Flowers: 76" x 76"|
Those are BIG blocks (and the giveaway is a special single block - just hold on!). Here is a second quilt I made with very different florals. Notice my four corner border squares. I used triangles instead of squares to set the blocks on point.
|Dancing with the Flowers #2|
Here are the parts to my GIVEAWAY block using some Kaffe Fassett fabrics. If you have a luscious floral motif, let it be the center superstar - don't chop it into little, tiny pieces.
|The simple parts to a Dancing with the Flowers block|
Here she is stitched out. Yes, I did miter those stripes but I used my cheater method. I probably shared that in an earlier post.
|Kaffe Dancing with the Flowers: 20" x 20"|
And, just in case you want to make it yourself, here's the simple pattern for the block: