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Thread: Borrowed Daisies

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    I love this, they are all beautiful. God bless.

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    Beautiful :)

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    It is a wonderful quilt.

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    wonderful idea!! very clever of you to turn the block!!! Beautifully done!!

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    Beautiful

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    So beautiful and daisies are my favorite flower. I would love to make one of these too.

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    Does anyone know what the pattern is called?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy
    I saw a quilt like this on a yahoo group, the maker had seen a friend's who had seen it someplace else and made one. It's a very popular pattern! The day after I started mine KathyAire posted hers on here and others have started their own.
    These are applique, right?

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    Lovely! You've inspired me to make one! Love your colors!

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    yes my flowers are appliqued then zigzagged, I'm working on one now that I just starched and am zigzagging,no fusible, I do use a tearaway stabilizer under the big block

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    i see i'm late to the party.

    kathy always does such beautiful work. :thumbup:

    i could happily redecorate a whole room just to go with the quilt. :-)

    the workmanship is rivaled only by the color choices. my only criticism of this quilt is that it's at her house and not mine. :lol:

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    Where did you find that great daisy pattern?

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    I love all the pictures of this quilt. I am assuming the squares are mostly around 8" finished?

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    What site would anyone go to to ask about the spray baste techniques? Anyone know?

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    Barb, try these sites:

    http://quiltersparadisecafe.blogspot...-how-do-i.html

    http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2...ste-quilt.html

    http://www.greatamericanquilt.com/pd...gyourquilt.pdf

    http://www.equilters.com/library/tip...g-prevent.html

    http://sewtakeahike.typepad.com/sewt...ur-quilts.html

    http://www.sewaquilt.com/layering-a-quilt.html

    Those are just a few of the bazillions of hits I got when I googled "spray basting technique". Some people love the technique, others hate it, so each to his own. But it helps to know the caveats before you start, rather than having to discover them for yourself. :)

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    Pretty quilt! :)

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    Thank you for the sites. I will take a look. I have heard a few pros on the technique but would like to hear more. Thanks again

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    Love the directional daisies. Very interesting.

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    I love this quilt pattern. I don't think anyone would get tired of seeing what other people have done. I love the way you turned the blocks. A different take on it. Great job.

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    Beautiful!

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    wow lovely quilt

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    the daisy is so pretty. love the springy colors

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    yep, this post is three years old. I think this is the Happy Daisy pattern that's in here a lot. Still a great quilt!
    "From hence only infer that an Englishman, of all men, ought not to despise foreigners as such and I think the inference is just, since what they are today, we were yesterday, and tomorrow they will be like us"
    Daniel De Foe -The True Englishman

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    Oh that is too cute.
    "Life's tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late".

    Benjamin Franklin

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy View Post
    LOL so many have asked me that, some very timidly! It's a hen taking a dust bath in a large flower pot covered in peacock feathers, I finally put a ball cactus in it because the killed every thing I put in it, I WON! they don't challenge the cactus!
    I've been wondering that for several years, thought it was a dead chick floating in your coffee cup. LOL

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