Lap quilt created for eventual use in the my future above-garage dedicated sewing studio.

Project Status: Completed

Started: January 21, 2019

Completed: March 28, 2019

Project Type: Lap Quilt

Finished Dimensions: Approximately 58 x 58 inches

Purpose: Personal Use

Techniques: Long-Arm Quilting, Machine Piecing, Raw Edge Applique

Design Source: Other Designer’s Pattern


Pattern(s) Used

• Doo Da Daisy Quilt Pattern by Amy Bradley/Amy Bradley Designs ; https://www.amybradleydesigns.com/products/doo-da-daisy-quilt-pattern

Project Notes

This was really the first real quilt that I made for myself. I spent several weeks hunting for fabrics in the exact color scheme I was looking for, which will go along with my sewing studio when it’s finished.

I fell in love with Amy Bradley’s applique designs and tweaked her Doo Da Daisy Quilt pattern to include vertical sashing in addition to the sashing that was already there. I also shrunk the block size to what ended up being about 6 1/2 inches and added the cornerstones. The original quilt was twin size and I didn’t want it that big, but by the time I added the sashing, it ended up being bigger than I originally planned, plus it’s square! The daisies are all machine appliqued using a blanket stitch.

I had the finished top machine-quilted at Lewistown’s Sew Pieceful on their long-arm as a gift to myself.

Entry Last Updated 03/27/2019

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