http://www.p3designs.com/gallery/ It was a free pattern on her Yahoo Group. I thought this would be a great one to tackle. I learned that using glue was the best way for me to turn the edges. I did use some starch on some of the pieces. The one thing that I found was when I used the invisible stitch to applique them down I missed some parts and they were raised. I used fmq to go totally around 2 of them and then I tried Invisible thread on the next one to go around and it was much better. Since I am new to FMQ I did a lot of practicing on each square. This one goes on my bed as I know how many mistakes are really in this one. Since there are no quilt police at my house no one will know how I made so many mistakes. Lessons learned now I plan on doing another needle turn and I will make sure that my pieces will be all the way done. May have to put on magnifying glasses but I will conquer this technique. I love applique both ways but my favorite is fusible and blanket stitching.