Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Daisy Talk: fussy cutting


As a quilter, I knew that I wanted to include a motif design that could be used for fussy cutting. I love hexies and circles and simply placing fabric in fun ways to create happy little surprises in my quilts. I wanted to create a fabric that could look good on its own or when cut into strips or squares or hexies, etc. I used the daisy  motif in the middle as the focus but surrounded each daisy with a wreath and pop of color. The background has enough space to allow for fussy cutting including seam allowances.

Whether you want to use a strip of fabric as a sashing or narrow border, or cut each flower wreath into it's own piece, this design is sized and scaled for all of those options! I played with many background color options but was only allowed to choose one, so I chose the soft white as it really helped the flowers pop and, when used in patchwork, would provide a good contrast to all of the colors in the line.

I'm super in love with the versatility of this print, I hope you like it too!



  1. Finally have a chance to get caught up on blog reading! I'm been seeing blips of your new fabric line on your blog!! So exciting!

  2. So much fun to see part of the "thought" process of creating a fabric collection. Looking forward to finding your fabric ( especially this fussy cut daisy) in the shop!


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