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Thread: Borrowed Daisies

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    Your quilt is very pretty.

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    It's beautiful! Thanks for posting. I missed the other one. I love how you did it. Is it a pattern for purchase or one found on line for free somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justflyingin View Post
    It's beautiful! Thanks for posting. I missed the other one. I love how you did it. Is it a pattern for purchase or one found on line for free somewhere?
    Kathy Aire did a tutorial called Happy Daisy around 2010! Several have made one since.....including me! Am just starting to quilt it!!
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    Wow, that is a cool quilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoventryUK View Post
    Kathy Aire did a tutorial called Happy Daisy around 2010! Several have made one since.....including me! Am just starting to quilt it!!
    I didn't join QB til late fall of 2010, so I probably missed it....Thanks for sharing! I haven't noticed many of these on the board. It is nice for "old" posts to show up again so those of us who missed things can see them the second time around.

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    i think yours is the prettiest one i've seen, kathy
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy View Post
    we all made up our own pattern, I drew one petal and a stem, traced them onto steam a seam lite, fused to the fabrics, cut them out and fused to the blocks, I did a very narrow zigzag with a white 60wt thread for extra security.After I drew my petal I decided what size stem it needed and drew that, I traced them onto a paper to make the whole flower to decide what size block it needed, mine finished at 8". I cut each piece 4.5" It's a lot of fun and goes pretty quick, uses scraps and I think will make nice gifts. mine is 38X44 (more or less)
    With this method, you decide how big you want your quilt/blocks to be.
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoventryUK View Post
    Kathy Aire did a tutorial called Happy Daisy around 2010! Several have made one since.....including me! Am just starting to quilt it!!
    I've made a couple of these for charity q2uilts, but used all solids with white background. Love love love the print, will have to do another one like this. thanks for sharing.
    When life gives you scraps, make a colorful happy quilt.

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    fantastic quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    very nice job!!!
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    It is gorgeous!
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    Just love it. Thanks for sharing.
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    I have seen this pattern several times. It's on my WAD list. Your quilt is delightful.

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    got to add to my bucket list. It is so pretty.

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    I love this quilt. You did a great job.

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    I've had the flowers and leaves ready for applique a long time--now to start sewing it together. Love your colors.

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    The instructions someone gave me uses 10x10 squares cut in half. One half color and one half white and the other half of the color is used for the flowers and stems.
    Quote Originally Posted by kathy View Post
    we all made up our own pattern, I drew one petal and a stem, traced them onto steam a seam lite, fused to the fabrics, cut them out and fused to the blocks, I did a very narrow zigzag with a white 60wt thread for extra security.After I drew my petal I decided what size stem it needed and drew that, I traced them onto a paper to make the whole flower to decide what size block it needed, mine finished at 8". I cut each piece 4.5" It's a lot of fun and goes pretty quick, uses scraps and I think will make nice gifts. mine is 38X44 (more or less)

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    Love those fabrics!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by CoventryUK View Post
    Kathy Aire did a tutorial called Happy Daisy around 2010! Several have made one since.....including me! Am just starting to quilt it!!

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    Very pretty, all of them.

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    congrats on being the quilt of the week on the Home page this week
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    Very nice quilt and it looks so "springy". Beautiful.

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    Every time I see this pattern, I fall in love with it again. One of these days I hope to make one for myself. Yours is very lovely!!

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    That's such a sweet quilt. Thanks for posting it.
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