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Thread: Crazy Daisy Mini, Pattern and Instructions and HST Mini

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    I don't know about you, but I just love painted daisies! I drew up this pattern and made the mini anyway knowing I'd have to redraw two of the petals and make a corrected version. So I'll include the corrected pattern so you can flip and sew, sew on the reverse side of it, and yours will come out better than mine.

    This mini was done in the colors of burgundy, orange and red but the camera does not do it justice. The Victorian beads also sparkle when the light hits the gold in them, but the camera doesn't show it. I just love the beads as the stamen and hope you'll like it too. Had the beads on hand so decided to use them up. The mini is 7 inches.

    Here's a close up of the beads
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    I showed a picture without the beads in case someone wants to make just the block without the flower centerpiece or they may just want to see what the finished block looks like. Next, coming up are the patterns and instructions for those who would like them.

    I might add that I used the first pattern and sewed everything right on top of my fdn. piece (muslin). I occasionally flipped to the back side to sew as the felt tip marker was very visible for me although I don't think it will be for you which is why I am including the "reverse side" of the pattern for you to flip and sew.
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    The next mini I did was a HST one that I had been wanting to do for a long time. This mini has four different borders in colors of red, orange and pink but again the camera doesn't really do it justice. Hope you like this one too, I believe it's 11 inches.

    You will be seeing the top left and bottom right and some of the border does show. With the leftover hst's, I made another mini and used them on the border. I will be posting that mini's picture later today so be looking for it. It's so cute and I really like it. Hope you enjoy using my patterns too!
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    i like your mini with the beads new 4 me
    thanks 4 sharing

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    Another beauty from you! I love the embellishments. I've added the pattern to my growing collection from you - thanks so much for sharing. :-D

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    I love the daisy! I've definitely put that on my Bucket List. Thanks!

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    its beautiful. the bead work really make the block sing

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    Super cute mini. I've just been getting into them lately.

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    I really love your daisy, it'll go on the "do"list. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    Wow!!!!! I love them.

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    I love the one with beads! I have tons of beads from a short-lived interest in jewelry making, before quilting took over my life. It would be nice to be able to use them for something. You have inspired me.

    Renee

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    thanks for sharing your pattern. I'll add it to my ever growing list of things to do!

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    Really cute

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    Thank you, sawsan! ;)

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    Thank you so much, k3N. I'm so glad you're collecting my patterns and thank you so much for the nice compliment! :-D :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    How pretty!
    Thank you, Loretta!!!

    :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaigai
    I love the daisy! I've definitely put that on my Bucket List. Thanks!
    Thank you, gaigai! Yes, the daisies will be pretty done in every color!! Your welcome! :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by kluedesigns
    its beautiful. the bead work really make the block sing
    Thank you, kluedesigns!! I have singing blocks now!!!

    :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamaskeeto
    Super cute mini. I've just been getting into them lately.
    Thank you so much Mamaskeeto for the nice compliment! I hope that I help you get into them much quicker! ha.

    :-D :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by pocoellie
    I really love your daisy, it'll go on the "do"list. Thanks so much for sharing.
    Thank you, pocoellie! I'm glad it's going on your "to do" list!! I'm always glad to share my work with you guys! You are all so great!

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    I love them both! The daisy quilt really stands out with the applique and beads :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt4u
    Wow!!!!! I love them.
    Thank you sooo much, Quilt4u!!

    8-) :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by renee765
    I love the one with beads! I have tons of beads from a short-lived interest in jewelry making, before quilting took over my life. It would be nice to be able to use them for something. You have inspired me.

    Renee
    Thank you so very much, Renee! I'm so glad you are now inspired to use all those beautiful beads that have been waiting for a chance like this!! ha. These beads I used were on webbing that you purchase by the yard so it made it easy to applique them being already equally spaced. But any beads sure do add a great touch of charm.

    ;) ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esqmommy
    thanks for sharing your pattern. I'll add it to my ever growing list of things to do!
    Your quite welcome, esqmommy! Sure hope you'll try it some day. They sure would look good in ANY color! :-D :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninnie
    Really cute
    Thank you, Ninnie!!!

    :D :D 8-) :thumbup:

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