And I flung myself off the cliff.
I screamed as I dropped through the open air like a meteor, but it was a scream of exhilaration and not fear. The wind resisted, trying vainly to fight the unconquerable gravity, pushing against me and twirling me in spirals like a rocket crashing to earth. –Bella Swan, New Moon, page 359
Designed by Angie, adapted and pieced by Joyce as part of our Give-to-Win Twilight Saga Charity Quilt.
Angie’s Cliff Diving Block on the New Moon Quilt was beautiful, so I used her pattern. To make the block a bit different for this quilt, I flipped it left to right. The beach comes to the start of the cliffs with some of the bushes showing on the lower cliff, which is dark gray to contrast with the beach. Bella has just jumped from the upper cliff, which is a lighter gray stone material. The bushes and forest are a fabric with trees, which I also used in the arm wrestling block. The darkened sky is my favorite tie-dyed material, which I use often. The water is a variegated blue with sparkles in it. As in Angie’s block, Victoria is floating in the distance.
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