This pattern was inspired by the “real” Bridge of Flowers that spans the Deerfield River in the village of Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. It was built in 1908 and was originally a trolley bridge that connected both sides of the village. Years later an “auto” bridge was built and the trolley bridge was no longer used. In 1928 local citizens brought it back to life as a walkway filled with flowers and trees. Beginners to advanced will enjoy making this pattern, with simple piecing and easy fusible web machine appliqué.