Primrose (Primula) flowers can be purple, yellow, red, pink, blue, or white. Their leaves are long and broad with an irregular edge.
Violets (Viola) are often violet as their name suggests, but can also be blue, yellow, white or cream.
|Fabric||Sample Color||This Block||Twelve Blocks|
|background||black||1/2 yard (0.5 m)||3 yards (3 m)|
|vines||brown||1/8 yard (0.2 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)|
|primroses||assorted whites*||1/8 yard (0.2 m) total||1-1/2 yards (1.4 m) total (for 12 blocks with white flowers)|
|1/8 yard (0.2 m) total||3/8 yard (0.4 m) total (for 3 blocks with
|flower centers||gold||1/8 yard (0.2 m) total||1/8 yard (0.2 m) total|
|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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