Poinsettias (Euphorbia pulcherrima) have bright petals that look like flowers, but are actually leaves. Most commonly red, poinsettias can also be white, pink, purple, yellow, orange or salmon.
Holly (Aquifoliaceae) is a flowering plant with bright red berries.
|Fabric||Sample Color||This Block||Twelve Blocks|
|background||black||1/2 yard (0.5 m)||3 yards (3 m)|
|vines||brown||1/4 yard (0.25 m)||5/8 yard (0.6 m)|
|1/8 yard (0.2 m) total||3/4 yard (0.7 m) total|
|1/8 yard (0.2 m) total||3/8 yard (0.4 m) total|
|large flourishes||cream||1/4 yard (0.25 m)||1/2 yard (0.5 m)|
|stems||light green||1/8 yard (0.2 m)||1/2 yard (0.5 m)|
|ribbon||royal blue||1/8 yard (0.2 m)||1/2 yard (0.5 m)|
|1/8 yard (0.2 m)||1/8 yard (0.2 m)|
|1/4 yard (0.25 m) total||1-1/2 yards (1.4 m) total (for 12 blocks with white flowers)|
|1/8 yard (0.2 m) total||1/2 yards (0.5 m) total (included in yardage for red flowers)|
|batting||18″ x 18″||twin or full size|
|backing||black||use the other half of the background fabric||3 yards (3 m)|
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