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Patterns for individual blocks of my Australian Wildflower Quilt can be ordered through Logan's Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney

Christmas Bell and Bimble Box

The distinctive bell shaped lobes of the Christmas Bell are clustered on long stalks rising from stiff sharp grass like leaves. The colour of the bells most commonly seen is red fringed with yellow. Other striking rarer specimens can be yellow or red. Bimble Box, a member of the Eucalypt family, features medium broad deep-green leaves and clusters of small deep-cream coloured flowers. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selecting are included with the pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney.

Pattern 1

Red Centred Hibiscus & Flame Pea

The native Hibiscus flowers are mauve with a dark red centre which is a protruding column of fused red stamens. Leaves are a long oblong shape and are mid to dark green. Flame Peas are shrubs and twining plants with masses of attractive red, yellow, orange and pink ‘pea’ flowers. Leaves are heart shaped with conspicuous veins. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selection are included with the pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics Sydney

Pattern 2

Geraldton Wax & Eucalypt Leaves

Geraldton Wax flowers are white, red, purple or pink with five rounded lobes surrounding a central tube. Leaves are fine and long, mid green colour. The Eucalypt leaves are silver-grey in colour, and are a broad oval shape tapering to a fine point. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread are included with the pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics Sydney

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Pattern 3

Mottlecah or Mallee Rose

Belonging to the eucalypt family, Mottlecah features magnificent red flowers and large grey conical bud caps. Foliage is silver-grey with a leather like texture. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selecting are included within pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney.

Pattern 4

Sturts Desert Pea

The brilliant flowers of the Sturt’s Desert Pea spread in random riot over sandy dunes of the arid inland. The grey green leaves display to perfection the stunning red and black of the flowers which grow on vertical stems in an umbrella formation. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selecting are included within pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney.

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Pattern 5

Australian Hollyhock


Australian Hollyhock is an annual with clusters of large flowers, each with five lilac, pink or white petals. Leaves are alternate with five to seven lobes. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selecting are included within pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney

Pattern 6

Red-Flowering Gum and Flannel Flowers


Red Flowering Gum is a rough barked tree with dense foliage and prolific scarlet flowers which cover the tree for most of summer. Some varieties produce white or pink flowers. Flannel Flowers. The flowerheads are creamy-white, sometimes tipped with green and the centres are a cluster of grey-green florets. Leaves are scattered and are also a grey-green with a silky down-like texture. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selecting are included within pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney.

Pattern 7

Lilly Pilly and Native Fuschia


Lilly Pilly. The edible berry-like fruits are coloured deep pink to purple hanging in large clusters. The leaves are a glossy deep green colour. Correa or Native Fuschia are bell-shaped flowers in many shades of red or pink with green tips. Leaves are oval and almost stalkless and are a mid-green colour. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selecting are included within pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney.

 

Pattern 8

Sun Orchid and Hibertia


Sun Orchid flowers are blue or purple with an upper and lower central lobe. Leaves are linear shaped and have a grey green colour. Hibertia have open flowers with rounded bright yellow petals. Leaves are crowded, clustered and deep olive green. Instructions are for either hand or machine appliqué combined with extensive hand embroidery to bring out the exquisite fine detail. General requirements and complete details for fabric and thread selecting are included within pattern which is available from Logans Patchwork Fabrics, Sydney.
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