This is a quick tutorial for my Washington Island Poppie Block. You should all have recieved your kit in the mail by now. Genevieve (Sally Burrup gave her's to Connie), that one will be yours if you can get it from her if not let me know and I'll send another one.
Each flower will be a different color so my pictures will not match your colored fabric but the assembly is the same.
Each of you should have a 3 1/2" colored strip
A 3 1/2" yellow square
A 2" white strip
2 - 7 1/4" white squares
From the colored strip cut 9 - 3 1/2" "A" squares
From the white strip cut 8 - 2" "B" squares
Draw a diagonal line across each 7 1/4" white square and cut along line to make 4 "C" triangles.
Trim to 1/4" seam outside stitching.
Fold triangles out, pressing seams toward the color creating a Petal unit. Repeat step 1 three more times until you have four petal units.
2. Lay out 4 Petal squares, 4 Colored "A" squares, and 1 Yellow center square according to picture below. Join into rows. Press the seams toward the "A" colored squares.
3. Join the three rows to make one Center Unit. Press the seams toward the center Yellow square.
4. Add 1 white "C" triangle to the top and bottom of the Center Unit. Fold triangles out pressing seams toward the Center Unit.
5. Sew the remaining two "C" Triangles to the sides of the Center Unit. Fold triangles out, pressing seams toward the Center Unit.
Your block is complete!
Your finished block will measure aproximately 13 1/4" square. Don't square them I will do that when I add the green sashing as I complete the quilt top.
Hope you have fun doing them!