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Daisy Quilt Pattern
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Welcome to the Paper Pieced Daisy PDF Pattern! Dive into the world of quilting with this captivating design that combines the precision of paper piecing with the timeless beauty of daisies. Whether you're a novice or an expert quilter, this pattern will inspire creativity and delight in your quilting projects.

Key Features:

  • Pattern Type: Paper Piecing
  • Finished Block Size: 7x10 inches or 12x18 inches
  • Included in the Pattern:
  • Fabric Requirements
  • Coloring Pages
  • Construction Diagrams
  • Y-Seam Free for Effortless Assembly

Versatile Usage:

This versatile pattern offers endless possibilities:

  • Craft a charming mini quilt featuring the daisy as the central motif.
  • Combine multiple blocks to create a larger quilt with a cohesive floral theme.
  • Utilize the coloring pages to experiment with color schemes and design variations.

What's Included:

Upon purchase, you'll receive a downloadable PDF file containing:

  • Detailed instructions for seamless assembly.
  • Fabric requirements to assist with material selection.
  • Clear construction diagrams for each stage of the project.
  • Coloring pages for planning and customization.

Skill Level:

This pattern is suitable for quilters with prior experience in paper piecing:

  • Ideal for those who have tried foundation piecing at least once before.
  • Offers a manageable challenge for intermediate quilters looking to expand their skills.


This is a digital product. After purchase, you can instantly download the PDF pattern and begin your quilting journey.

Happy Quilting and Creating!

You will get a PDF (5MB) file

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