Some quilt tops take six years to make. Yes, I've been working on and off on this project for that long. It became my General Conference Weekend two times a year project. This April Conference I finally finished the last of the applique blocks.
So during April, I made the four pieced blocks, cut sashing stripes and corner stones, and sewed it all together including the eight inch border. Now I need to save some money and find a professional machine quilter who can custom quilt this quilt for me. At almost 90 inches by 90 inches, it will take some serious money. I just want all that white space to look amazing.
This quilt has four cherry wreath blocks. Love cherries. I didn't know about "Perfect Circles" by Karen Buckley until well into this project. I just kept going with my imperfect circles as it seemed like the right thing to do.
There are five bird blocks. So cute and hence the "tweet" part of pattern name.
Four pieced blocks the same size as the cherry wreath and bird blocks.
And eight of these half triangle blocks which are around the edge of the quilt and inside the border. So when you fall in love with a quilt on the wall of a local quilt shop and decide you must have one, it will take learning how to applique and a whole lot of time. BUT it will be worth it! After six years, I still think this quilt is the best. Thank you Cori Blunt of Chitter Chatter Designs for designing "Cherry Tweet."