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Daisy Delight by Jennie Rayment

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Create a fabulous flower hanging or small quilt from thirteen squares - just cut, stitch, twiddle, fiddle, tweak and twitch for a uniquely innovative manipulated marvel!

Designed and made by Jennie Rayment

Materials used:

Fabrics: Marbled design - Quilters Treasure www.quilterstreasure.com.

Green batik - Hoffman of California - green batik

How to Proceed

Step 1

From green fabric cut 1 square 56 cm (22") wide. Press in half and half again. Open square out.

Step 2: Download the template: Remember to turn off the 'Fit to page@ setting on your printer.

Use masking tape to stick template A in centre on R/S of fabric

Step 3

Rule lines across fabric. Number each section (identify #9). Draw round template.

Step 4

Remove template and cut every line. Place numbered sections in a pile 1 – 12. Keep cut centre circle.

Step 5

Make petals: From red fabric cut 12 squares 14.5 cm (5 3/4") wide. Fold one square in half diagonally R/S together. Sew 0.5 cm (1/4") seam down one side. Clip point off seam. Press seam open and flat. Turn R/S out and arrange shape into a triangle. Gently poke the point out. Repeat with other squares making 12 petals.

Step 6

Take section 2 and lay (R/S) up. Place one petal as shown in film – tip of shape aligned precisely with edge of section 2.Pin in place. Lay section 1 on top (R/S down), sandwiching the petal. Sew 0.5 cm (1/4") seam. Open out.

Step 7

Repeat previous stage using sections 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 9/10, 11/12.

Step 8

Join the stitched sections together in pairs with one more petal on each seam and make three larger segments.

Step 9

Join these three segments to form square – remember to add a petal in the seam! Remove labels. Press seams open and flat. Take care not to stretch the fabric around the centre hole.

Step 10

Stabilise the centre: Lay fabric circle under centre of pressed block. Pin in place. Sew round raw edge using longest stitch length.

Step 11

Lift each petal and pull sides apart (1). Flatten forwards (2). Lightly press. Lift shapes and pull back to form diamonds (3). (Each petal should over-lap slightly.) Press well.

Step 12

Cut out paper circle B.

Step 13

Pin paper circle on back of yellow fabric. Cut 1 cm (3/8") round circle. Press fabric over paper. Baste fabric to paper using longest stitch length.

Step 14

Pin to fabric covered circle to centre. Sew in place with small stitches. Remove basting.

Step 15

Turn block over. Trim backing fabric to stitching. Remove paper circle through the hole.

Step 16

Make inserts: From orange fabric cut 12 squares 7.5 cm (3") wide. Fold as shown forming squares. Pin. Baste raw edges.

Step 17

Insert squares under petals. Pin. Stitch sides of petals to retain inserts – use monofilament. .

Copyright Jennie Rayment 2011. Infringement of the copyright or copying of design/words and pasing it off as your own or those of someone else without reference to the inventor of this technique may result in legal proceedings.

Daisy Delight

Create a fabulous flower hanging or small quilt from thirteen squares - just cut, stitch, twiddle, fiddle, tweak and twitch for a uniquely innovative manipulated marvel!

Designed and made by Jennie Rayment

Materials used

Fabrics: Marbled design - Quilters Treasure www.quilterstreasure.com.

Green batik - Hoffman of California - green batik

For the full quilt as shown hanging behind Jennie and for full instructions on making and completing the panel you can purchase the downloadable pattern click here:

More about Jennie Rayment

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This skinnyish, red-haired, slightly wacky Brit is totally obsessed with 'Nipping and Tucking' - fabric manipulation and surface texture.

Unique in her field, she's now internationally known for her quick, simple, innovative and original techniques with manipulated material and her hilarious lectures with real ‘Strip, Show and Tell’.

Jennie teaches a wide variety of classes for all levels and abilities of sewers from patchworkers, quilters and embroiderers to fashion, soft furnishing and home décor enthusiasts.

Indeed, anyone interested in any form of needlework will be totally captivated by her deviously ingenious textural designs and can benefit from the wealth of creative ideas arising from her magic manipulations.

Why not try her classes in Emsworth - for lots more information and the latest joke plus a 'Sew simple' project go to www.jennierayment.com.

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