With Point of View you decide what goes in the middle and then build your wreath around it. Picture a cross stitch block, applique block, mini art quilt, inspirational words, fabric photo, embroidery, or panel block....it can be store bought or hand made, but your picture tells your story. The examples shown include: Red and white: Pomegranate applique, from an embellished store-bought towel Royal Blue: fussy cut a block from a large scale print Purple: Elephants applique, from an embellished store-bought towel
Pick your focus, then pick four colors. The pattern has complete instructions to position the fabric around the block, to do it simply and accurately without guesswork. You'll need a water soluble glue stick, and the ability to fold a paper airplane (ha! just kidding), really you will fold fabric into prairie point (triangles).
This is a very fun pattern, that helps you see fabric in a different light. With large scale prints in mind, you can now see endless potential to make a stunning centerpiece or wall hanging.