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This month, I am taking a traditional block, creating a 3D look with it and adding pretty applique! My Daisy Blue quilt pattern can be made into a table topper using just one block, or you can create more blocks to make two different variations of the Daisy Blue Quilt! Available now FREE to Sitcom Readers until September 18, 2019.
While traveling across country, starting in Atlanta and making our way to New York, we moved from early summer to early spring, enjoying all the beautiful flowers along the way. Daisy Blue is a mix of bright greens and vibrant blues and represents a lot of what we saw along the way.
Daisy Blue Table Topper
Create the table topper and give yourself some practice on applique. This month, I’m using a new technique utilizing washable glue stick. It is surprisingly simple! You can find my applique tutorial HERE.
The finished Table Topper measures 12″ x 12″ and works well as a mug mat, placemat, trivet, wall hanging or small topper.
Daisy Blue Quilt Pattern with Sashing
There are two variations of this quilt.
The Daisy Blue Quilt with Sashing measures 45″ x 58″. The individual block sizes are 12″ x 12″ and you make 12 blocks with two different color themes. Stay with this size, or take on a challenge and add more blocks to create a queen or king sized quilt!
I also worked up another variation, this is the Daisy Blue Quilt pattern without sashing and color variation. This is 20 ea. 12″ x 12″ blocks worked up in the same color scheme. Only 10 of them are appliqued. This quilt measures 48″ x 60″.
The digital pattern includes all fabric requirements and instructions to create both the Hearts in a Row Hot Pads and the Hearts in a Row Lap Quilt! Available FREE only until September 18, 2019!
Click on the photo above or CLICK HERE for the pattern!
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