Paper Pieced Daisy (Margaret's Daisy)
I call this paper pieced daisy "Margaret's Daisy" in honor of Margaret Romine who loved daisies. The finished block is 3-inches by 3-inches. Your printer or computer may give you a different size. The daisy is made in four quarters (all the same), each one is 1-1/2 inches square with a quarter inch seam allowance all around. Print the foundations right from this page and then make copies on lightweight copy paper for your piecing. If you make the petals in bright yellow fabric it will look similar to a gloriosia daisy. When sewing the four quarters together things get a little "bunchy" in the center. I recommend pressing the seams open for that part.
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Created: 4/23/00 Updated: 4/23/00