Alert! this is an eye candy post! I have a couple examples of quilts made with my Daisy pattern to share with you. I made this runner with the new fabrics, Sage, by Bari J. for Art Gallery Fabrics. It is such a new palette for me, slightly muted shades of jewel tones. The prints include painterly florals, an ikat, lemons, and others. For the runner, I made three Daisy blocks set next to each other. I love how this turned out!
I haven’t made a runner in ages, but any pattern can be made into a runner by placing blocks side by side in a row. You can make it as long as you want for a table or the bottom of your bed. Runners are also a great small project for immediate gratification or to try a new color or fabric scheme. It also looks really pretty on the table in my living room! Quilting on the runner was done by Darby of Quilted Squid.
Okay, how amazing is this little top?! My sister made this small quilt from the Daisy pattern. I love the riot of color and mix of prints…such a great way to use scraps! Even the background white prints are all so different and add interest. Emily is so good at putting together a range of fabrics and pulling off a unique and beautiful quilt. I love seeing how people interpret a design in their own style!
Can you believe how different the two variations above look from my original quilt? If you have made a Daisy quilt (or any of my patterns) be sure and share with me, I love to see how creative you are.