It features "Terrain" by Kate Spain and is the free pattern sheet to accompany the fabric. Of course, Kate's version of this quilt only contained 16 blocks, if I remember correctly, and this one has 64! I ordered the fat quarter pack of the entire collection. It was lots of fun to pair up the fabrics and play with the arrangement. Here is another view:
This is one of the corners. This quilt is so huge that it is difficult to photograph the whole thing. The quilt is for my sister and her new husband. They got married last summer--it is the second marriage for both of them. I love this pattern because of the "X" and "O" effect in the block. I love it for a wedding quilt (XOXO= hugs and kisses). I also like the title of the fabric: Terrain, because to me it suggests "new ground." Anyway, they have saw it before Christmas, so I can share it with you now. It was easy (it just took a while to make all those blocks.) I think the most difficult part was laying it all out and "tweaking" the arrangement on a barely large enough living room floor. My plan was to have about 10 extra blocks so when I was trying to get them arranged, I would have plenty of choices. (I didn't want similar colors and patterns next to each other.) I did have a few extras but it took a while to get the right arrangement. Luckily, the stairs are there and I could look over the railing upstairs down onto the layout.
I'm pleased with the way it came out, and it looks so fresh and pretty. I was a bit concerned that it might be too feminine for my new brother-in-law, but he really likes it, too! And there is more to show you next time!