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Darling Daisies Applique Quilt

By: Cheryl A. Adam for FreeSpirit

Daisy quilt patterns are beautiful projects to make for spring and summer! Fuse oversized blooms onto the Darling Daisies Applique Quilt using these applique patterns for a simple but gorgeous quilt that you can set out as a throw or hang on a wall. This piece is quilted using an all-over leaf design that complements the daisy appliques. The fabrics used in this quilt are from the Daisies collection by Donna Dewberry for FreeSpirit.

Darling Daisies Applique Quilt
This image courtesy of freespiritfabric.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 46 inches wide x 46 inches long

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Applique

Difficulty Level: Easy

Notes

Unless otherwise noted, seam allowances are ¼” LOF= length of fabric

*** follow fusing directions before cutting
 

Materials and Cutting Directions:

  • 1 ½ yds DD10 Black
    • Qty 2- 6 ¼”x 44 ½”
    • Qty 2- 6 ¼”x 46”
    • Qty 6- Desired width by LOF for binding
       
  • ¾ yd DD19 Black
    • Qty 1- 30 ½”x 40 ½”
       
  • ½ yd DD18 Pink
    • Qty 2- 2 ½”x 40 ½”
    • Qty 2- 2 ½”x 34 ½”
    • Qty 6- large flower petals***
       
  • ¼ yd DD19 Pink
    • Qty 6- large flower petals***
       
  • ¼ yd DD19 Orange
    • Qty 6- small flower petals***
       
  • ¼ yd DD18 Orange
    • Qty 6- small flower petals***
       
  • ¼ yd DD13 Orange
    • Qty 6- small flower petals***
       
  • ¼ yd DD22 Orange
    • Qty 6- small flower petals***
       
  • ¼ yd DD18 Green
    • Qty 3- leaves***
       
  • ¼ yd DD11 Green
    • Qty 2- leaves***
       
  • ¼ yd DD14 Green
    • Qty 1- large center circle***
    • Qty 3- small center circles***
       
  • 3 yds fusible webbing
     
  • 3 yds backing fabric
    • Qty 2- 1 ½ yd pieces
       
  • 50”x 60” batting
     
  • Patterns


Fusing Instructions:

  1. On the paper side of the webbing, trace 12 large petals, 24 small petals, 5 leaves, 3 small center circles, and 1 large center circle. Leave about ½ “ between pieces. Roughly cut out pieces.
     
  2. Following the manufacturers instructions, fuse the pattern pieces to the wrong side of the fabric. Use the above cutting instructions as a guide for what fabric to use. When cool, cut out individual pieces.

Center Panel Construction:

  1. Remove the paper from the back of the pattern pieces.
     
  2. Using the quilt picture as a guide, arrange the flower pieces on the 30 ½”x 40 ½” DD19 Black. The petals of some of the flowers will hang off the edge of the background.
     
  3. Using the manufacturers instructions, fuse the flowers to the background. Be careful not to fuse the flower pieces that hang off the background to the ironing board.
     
  4. When cool, trim off the excess flower pieces.
     
  5. Use your favorite stitch on the sewing machine to sew around all the flower petals, leaves, and centers.

Adding the Borders:

  1. Sew the 2- 2 ½”x 40 ½” DD18 Pink to the long sides of the center. Press.
     
  2. Sew the 2- 2 ½”x 34 ½” DD18 Pink to the top and bottom of the center. Press.
     
  3. Sew the 2- 6 1/4”x 44 ½” DD10 Black to the long sides of the center. Press.
     
  4. Sew the 2- 2 ½”x 46” DD10 Black to the top and bottom of the center. Press.

Finishing:

  1. Sew the two, 1 1/2 yd pieces together along the selvedge edge to make the backing.
     
  2. Layer the backing, batting, and quilt top. Quilt by hand or machine, as desired.
     
  3. Sew the binding strips together to form one long strip. Fold the binding in half, lengthwise, with wrong sides together and press. Sew the raw edges of the binding to the edges of the right side of the quilt.
     
  4. Turn the folded edge of the binding to the back side of the quilt and stitch in place by hand, mitering the corners.


 


 

 

 

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