Simply Red Quilt Pattern BOM Rosette Block

March 14, 2017

Simply Red Quilt Pattern BOM Rosette Block

Simply Red Quilt Pattern BOM Rosette Block

Rosette is block Ten of the Simply Red Quilt Pattern BOM.

The Rosette block uses four red fabrics and one background fabric. A simple flower borderd by half moon shapes. 

I love making the flowers as a whole unit before stitching them to the background. My Simply Red Applique blocks are stitched with a turned edge invisiblely by machine, you can find out more about how I do my applique here.

Simply Red Quilt Pattern BOM | Pine Valley Quilts

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