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Flower Bed

Block patterns for Paper Piecing
By and by I will gather various flower patterns here. They may add to the to site Year of Flowers collection or be used individual. Block size may vary.

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Lesser Celandine

Paper Piecing Pattern 15 x 15 cm

In spring, the joyfully dotted carpets of Lesser Celandine are a garden delight and also found in the wild. The radiant yellow flowers are dancing above a rich green cushion of heart-shaped leaves.

A star shaped flower requires 7 segments and 46 parts, but I think it is worth the effort!

Lesser Celandine
Design suggestion for a placemat

The individual flower has eight to eleven brilliantly yellow petals. The stamens and punches are hard to see as they are just as yellow as the petals. Use embroidery or beading to enhance the center.

e-pattern as PDF 3,00 €

The block fits in the to site Year of Flowers pattern set.

Blue flowers: Chicory

Paper Piecing Pattern 20 x 20 cm

Chicory

 

 

Chicory is showing it's bright blue flowers well into October. The single bloom opens at daybreak in bold blue, fades rapidly during the morning and is already pale and scraggly looking by early afternoon. The next morning the cycle begins anew; sufficient buds are available on the long stems.

A special feature are the blue stamens.

There are more blue flowers among my Patterns; i.e. the down Bell Flower and the down Wood Squill.
The pattern set to site Year of Flowers also includes some blue blossoms.

e-pattern as PDF or EQ7-Project 3,00 €

Blue flowers: Bell Flower

Paper Piecing Pattern 20 x 40 cm

Bell Flower 1

Bell Flower 2

A Bell Flower similar to those grown in our garden. Mine are white and blue: as quilters we have the freedom to create them in a variety of beautiful colors.

Many samples for color combinations and the different use of the block may be found in the to site guest gallery.

e-pattern as PDF or EQ7-Project 3,00 €

Blue flowers: Wood Squill

Paper Piecing Pattern 15 x 15 cm

The search for the blue flower ended: Here comes a delicate blue spring messenger.

Wood Squill 1

 

 

Wood Squill 2

Design suggestions using blocks from "Year of Flowers"

The block fit in the to site Year of Flowers pattern set.

e-pattern as PDF or EQ7-Project 3,00 €

Anemone nemorosa

Paper Piecing Pattern 15 x 15 cm

Anemone nemorosa
design suggestion

Seven delicate pedals sit on a round stem, countless yellow stamen: that is the anemone. Pick this dainty flower for your quiltgarden A set of twins is pretty too.

Check out the images in the to site gallery.

The block fit in the to site Year of Flowers pattern set.

e-pattern as PDF or EQ7-Project 3,00 €

Jubilee Rose

Paper Piecing Pattern
Finished block size: 15x15 cm plus seam allowances

Jubilee Rose

 

 

 

 

In January 2013 my website was online for five years. I celebrated this with the Jubilee Rose pattern. By my readers request I added a bud and now there is a half opened rose too.

Many quilters sewed along with me; they send photos as well as "real" roses. They are used in my to site Rose Quilt but there are still a few waiting. 50 Blocks have been much too much for a single wall hanging!

At the to site Guest Gallery you may marvel at many already sewn rose quilts.

The block fit in the to site Year of Flowers pattern set.

e-pattern as PDF or EQ7-Project 5,00 €

Lily of The Valley

Paper Piecing Pattern
Finished block size: 25 x 25 cm (10" x 10") plus seam allowances

Lily of The Valley
Design Suggestion
Lily of The Valley
Sewn by Heidrun P.

The embroidery "May" is included in the pattern.

e-pattern as PDF or EQ7-Project 3,00 €

Tete-a-Tete

Paper Piecing Pattern
Finished block size: 10" x 10" plus seam allowances

Spring - to me it is represented by the little Tete-a-Tete narcissus you can place on your window sill. There they are producing their delicious blooms for a long time. The fresh green and yellow enliven my mind after long grey winter days.

As this block is fairly large compared with my usual block size I decided to divide the background for use with various sky fabrics.

Tete-a-Tete Tete-a-Tete

You may also sew a plain background with fewer seams; this variation is included in the pattern.

e-pattern as PDF or EQ7-Project 3,00 €

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These patterns are intended exclusively for your own personal use.
Distribution and commercial use (e.g. sale of quilts based on the patterns) are expressly prohibited.

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Last update: 22.02.2017