Moda Blockheads CLOVER from Robin Pickens
Clover started when I was playing with blocks for my Pansy Face quilt to go with Pansy’s Posies. I had a group of four petals with a contrasting pansy face interior, and I found some of the versions I was exploring looked more like leaves that formed a four leaf four-leaf clover. By extending some sashing through the middle, my clover was standing up.
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I’ve made my small block as a green clover leaf, and I like how the half-square half-square triangles look creased and folded in a leaf. And of course, finding a clover with four leaves is good luck!
The block can also be done simply with more of a star feeling with white centers and dark corners, contrasting with the triangles and sashing. The first pink/red one reads as a little more of a traditional block.
How about a stripe of white, gray, and orange blazing through horizontally? Or light greens on top and darker greens on the bottom with a dark plus sign in the center? The last two play with the rainbow colors in the corners with light and dark centers, corners, and pluses.
Whatever you decide to do, I hope you have the luck of a four-leaf clover and lots of fun playing with the options.
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