Happy Daisy

Description of Class
Happy Daisy is an “EASY” quilt—easy to make, easy to modify, easy to give! It is available in 2 sizes—queen and crib. It incorporates traditional piecing techniques, along with applique, to make a beautiful quilt. A wide range of design possibilities are available: vertical or diagonal placement, monochrome or multi-color, various pattern placement options, etc. Your personalization of the quilt will make it truly 'yours'—a one-of- a-kind treasure that you will be proud to show off or give as a gift.

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Teacher: Nance Holl
PHONE: (435)668-8207
EMAIL: nanceholl@bajabb.com
Finished Size: 76" x 76"
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Time: Friday, April 6th All Day
Pattern: $10

Kit: TBA (Paid to teacher in class)

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Fabric Requirements:
Colors are your choice, I’ve listed the colors I used to help you pick yours.
2 1⁄2 yds Various black with white prints for blocks, petals
2 1⁄2 yds White for blocks and petals
3⁄4 yd Red for centers and sashing
1⁄2 yd Green for leaves and stems
1 yd Black and white print for border
4 yds Heat n Bond Lite
3⁄4 yd Black (or red) for binding

Cut 13 13.5” squares of white and 13 13.5” squares of black/white print for your blocks.
(Note: if you are using a vertical placement, you can cut all of your squares 13”).
Cut 8 2” strips (WOF) of red for sashing.
Cut 8 4” strips (WOF) of your border print.

Press Heat n Bond Lite to the wrong side of the rest of your white, red, green and black/white
Trace 25 stems and 25 leaves on the green fabric, 25 centers on the red fabric, 75 petals on the
white fabric and 75 petals on the black/white.
Cut out the stems, leaves and petals.

Supplies needed:
Basic Sewing Kit (Machine in good working order, machine cord/pedal, straight pins, fabric scissors,paper scissors, needles, thread, notebook, pen/pencils, 18” ruler, rotary cutter, cutting mat, iron, and of course chocolate)
Fusable Tricot and Pellon Sof-Shape Fusible Interfacing
Water or heat soluble Marking Pen
Monofilament Thread
Spray Starch or Best Press

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