This pattern is for a very cheerful quilt that gets raves wherever I show it. I like the mix of the styles of the flowers I used in this composition -- with some more realistic, some quite cartoonish, and the rest somewhere in between. And the rays of sun coming in from the corner is reminiscent of children's drawings. Please know that this pattern is instructions how to make a similar quilt/fabric collage. The look of the quilt will vary given the flower fabrics you already own or can obtain and how you fussy cut the flower heads. This is not a kit nor a finished quilt, but instructions on how to make a quilt that looks like this one using your own floral fabrics. There are no templates. In case you are interested, a larger version of this quilt juried into the 2011 Road to California quilt show, won the Best Use of Color cash prize at the 2011 Glendale (CA) Quilt Guild quilt show, was featured in the April/May 2011 issue of "Quilters Newsletter" magazine and then went on a year-long national tour, including stops at the International Quilt Festivals in Houston, Cincinnati and Long Beach, CA before it was sold to a collector who lives outside of Perth, Australia. I wrote the pattern to teach some of my fellow Glendale Quilt Guild members how to make the quilt and now am offering it more widely as others have asked for it. I hope you enjoy both the process and the end result. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Machine piecing, using fusible web, fussy cutting, machine raw edge applique, machine quilting SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 24" x 24"