I have always wanted to do a traditional Victorian whole cloth, but did not want to use feathers. This quilt is an original design based on Victorian Architectural details. I used trapunto to accent the scroll work and ram's heads in the corners, and matching ivory thread for the quilting. The top and bottom borders have flower vines with half inch diagonal cross hatching. The center medallion of the quilt is a flower and leaf pattern surrounded by an eight-sided curved border, with quarter inch lines as background filler between the leaves and the border design. I used micro McTavishing between the medallion and the body of the quilt. Scroll work and flower vines with quarter inch cross hatching make up the body of the quilt, with a ram's head in each corner. Micro stippling is used behind the rams' heads and behind the vases and flower vines around the outside border of the quilt. This quilt was juried into the Quilters' Heritage Celebration, the DNQF , AQS Knoxville, the Wisconsin Quilt Expo, IQA World of Beauty Show in Houston in 2009 and Road to California 2010. It also won first place and best of division at the Lancaster County Fair in 2009, third place in the whole cloth category and 2nd place overall machine quilting at the NE State Fair 2009 and 2nd place in the bed quilt division at the Douglas County Fair 2009.