This design has lots of appeal, and if the curved edges are changed to points, is simple to sew. I plan to make five flowers and then make them into a big nine-patch with some pretty pink floral fabric.
Eunice, over at The Quarter Inch in Market Harborough has asked me whether I would teach a beginners' class for her. I agreed to do it and decided that a four-patch was probably the easiest way to start. I chose some beautiful Debbie Bliss fabrics by Need'l Love from her shop and got to work.
This is a better photo to show the design and lovely fabrics. Never mind, it's fine as a sample and will give people an idea of what they will get from the class.
By the way, it was a real treat to work with such quality fabrics. I'm so used to scraps that I was delighted at how well it went together, how square it was and how flat it was to quilt. Perhaps I'll change from a scrap quilter and just buy from one range at a time. What do you think?!