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Daisy Garland Quilt
By PamelaQuilts

  • $9.00
  • 48 x 48
  • PDF
  • Beginner

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PDF Quilt Pattern, Star Quilt. Daisy Garland, perfect beginner quilt, fast to make with illustrated instructions, Wall Hanging Pattern
Use fun, fast and easy piecing techniques to make this lovely quilt in a flash!  No cutting small squares or triangles, this quilt is made with strip cut pieces and easy flying geese blocks.  Great for the beginner sewer, it's easy to make and looks fabulous!  I've even included ideas for quilting so your finished project will look great.  
I just added a new illustration featuring my favorite holiday line from 2013 - In From the Cold!  Wouldn't this make a delightful Christmas quilt?  Or a fall quilt?  Scroll through all 10 pictures to see the variety of themes you could use to make this easy beginner quilt!  The size makes it a perfect baby quilt pattern as well.
Finished quilt is 48 inches square.  The pattern is in PDF form, and is an instant download that will be available as soon as you complete your payment.  It features fully illustrated instructions for making your quilt.  I am glad to help answer any questions you have and try to respond within a day for any questions you might have while making your quilt.  
Material needed for this project:
1/4 yard green
1/4 yard light purple
1/4 yard dark purple
1/4 yard yellow (inner border)
1 1/3 yard background fabric
7/8 yard floral for outer border
3/8 yard binding
Backing - can be pieced from 2 yards
Batting 54 x 54
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PamelaQuilts

I have been quilting for 25 years, and thoughout all these years one of my favorite things has been to design my own projects.  I have been challenged during the last few years to try my hand at actually writing these ideas up and sharing them with others - so here I am!  It's always a challenge to learn new skills, and pattern writing is a tricky one as people all learn in different ways!  I try to include plenty of illustrations in my patterns as well as clear written instructions.  I prefer rotary cutting, but do include templates as necessary.  EQ7 is a wonderful help for drafting blocks and making templates, I couldn't do what I do without this!