This quilt was much more difficult.
I got the pattern for the interior blocks from Paula Nadelstern's book, "Color Design in Patchwork." Each block has 72 pieces, that's why there are only 4 of them. She called that block "Cat and Mice."
I then built out from the center in what's known as the "Welsh" style of patchwork. It has been written that the Welsh influenced the Amish greatly in their quilt tastes. A good book to get is called, "Making Welsh Quilts" by Mary Jenkins and Clare Claridge.
I used Timbleberries for the old fashioned fabrics.
I included a sleeve for wall hanging.
It hung on a wall for 1 year until I tired of it and packed it away in acid free paper in my cedar chest.