"Green period print fabric with a ditsy yellow cross was repeatedly used for leaves in most of the quilt’s blocks, indicating that the fabric was speciﬁcally purchased new for this purpose." ...Neva Hart
Once I took the time to number the order of pieces however, it really wasn't.
Here is how I approached/assembled this block.....
First,I stitched all the top leaves individually. Second, I treated the lower 4 leaf sections as if they were ONE whole piece. Third, I stitched the top 2 leaves of each mid-section down - also treating them as ONE piece.
Next, I added the flower tubes and then stitched the 2nd pair of mid-section leaves down. (again treating the pair as one piece)
The central stems were added next and then the flowers.
I chose to make the flowers in 2 pieces rather than follow the pattern.
I did this just to dress them up a bit.
The curved base pieces were added to complete the block.
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