Thinking about the swoon block, I played around with my EQ5 and was able to come up with this version of the block. I am not very good with this program but it is fun to play with and I can actually do some very simple things with it. There are ways to import all kinds of fabric into the libraries and I just quickly put in the Bali batiks they have listed so, therefore, this looks very Amish and I love it. I didn't spend much time picking out the fabrics and they don't print out as pretty as they look on the screen.
If each of the individual blocks were 7 inches, for instance, the entire block would be 56" square - which is the width of a double bed, I think. Adding a narrow border and a wide border equalling 10 inches would bring it to 76 overall which would certainly be good to cover a bed with the addition of a dust ruffle. And if you made the individual blocks 4 inches, you would have a 32" wallhanging sans border. There are so many possibilities. And look at the lovely spaces for beautiful machine quilting! I'm thinking about this one for one of these days. I do love the Amish look!