Charming Sunflower Block Can be Used Many Ways

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Change the Colors for Other Flowers!

Sunflowers are the epitome of summer, whether found in fields along the road or in your garden. This scrappy block captures the personality of those magnificent flowers.

The block can be used in many projects, or finish it off for a pot holder. We can also imagine it without the green triangles for a more flower-shaped design.

Scrappy Sunflower Block Tutorial

Go through your scraps and put together a nice combination of yellows and greens. Oranges also work nicely in this block. Choose a complementary background that lets the flower pop.

The finished block, designed by Diane Knott, is 8″ square once sewn into a project.

Click here for the free “Scrappy Sunflower Block” tutorial.


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