This block is an historic reproduction quilt block (done in c.1860 reproduction fabrics). It's known as the Whig Rose Wreath.
Having accomplished one block I then decided I'd done enough of that and framed it out, set it on point, framed that. Set that whole deal on point again, and put a final border around it.
I did add a "Whig Rose" flower in each of the four outer corners, since I had optimistically cut out enough flowers for another wreath block. I didn't want to waste them, but I really don't seem to have the patience yet to do a whole quilt of all hand applique blocks.
Of course, there are only so many borders you can put on a 14 inch block, so the finished size is not large enough to be a bed quilt. But it's the perfect size for a table topper.