How about with a picture?
I snapped this grevillia which I planted about a year ago out the front of my house. These are Australian natives and the birds love them.
I then dove into my stash and came out with three Birch organics from Fabricworm and two fat quarters of Simply Colour from WantItNeedItQuilt.
|Spring grevillia palette|
First up, Gingermonkey Katy is teaching her Spring Carnival block at Sewing Summit.
|Starblossom from Stitched In Color|
Fourth, Rose Stars.
|Rose Stars by Tina of Seaside Stitches|
Fifth is Penrose which can be found on the paper-pieces.com site as a downloadable pdf and of course, they have all the papers!
Finally, we have the gorgeous JazzHands by Sarah Fielke from her book Material Obsession 2. It is very similar to the Rose Star block, but has only one shape - the kite shape.
|Jazz hands by Sarah Fielke.|
|Spring Carnival||Starblossom||Tesselations||Rosestars||Penrose||Jazz Hands|
|2" hexagon||See here for requirements||1" Hexagon||2" hexagon||72 deg diamonds||2" kites|
|2" Square||2" 60 deg diamonds||2" kite||36 deg diamonds|
|2" Triangle||Triangles||hexagon thirds |
If you were so busy looking at the pretty pictures that you missed the bit about winning a rose-star template, read back and find out what you have to do!