King Protea Block

This is a new addition to our collection of BOW flowers.



Briefly: Pinks and greens make up this giant Protea flower block
Designer: Ruth Blanchet
Finished Size: 10" Block
Skill Level: Intermediate
Techniques: Applique

This is a new addition to our collection of BOW flowers. The King Protea flowers come in an array of pinks and are distinguished by their large flower, being the largest in the Protea family. King Protea is also the national flower of South Africa. In the real, this unusual flower has a long vase life in flower arrangements and makes for an excellent dried flower which could gain you further ideas on how to use this design in a full-sized quilt or beautiful wall quilt. The pattern includes full-sized templates and placement guide plus details on how to construct the block. It also provides detailed instructions on how to simplify the templates to make construction easier.

You can view all our flower block collection here: BOW flowers

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