Block 15 – Jonquil: (Or daffodils, if you prefer.) In the spring, fields of jonquils grow in the woods along the bike path close to my home. They don’t seem to mind that no one takes care of them. They come up every year anyway to provide hours of enjoyment for the cyclists, joggers and walkers passing by. Jonquils make me smile. How about you?
Block 16 – Four O’Clock: Why in the world are they called Four O’Clocks? Because the flowers open in the late afternoon and stay open well into the night, while emitting a lovely fragrance. By morning, they are closed, not to open again until afternoon. Not only do they come in a variety of colors, but often different colors grow on the same bush.
Your Block Pack contains:
- a supply list for the two blocks
- general instructions for completing the blocks
- two 8-1/2″ x 11″ patterns for tracing the flowers
- two color-stitch charts
- instructions for making and joining hexagons
- instructions and diagrams for completing the hexagon frames