Good morning, Quilters!
It’s Tuesday…time for another FREE, free motion quilt tutorial!
From the moment this pattern appeared on my sketchbook, I knew it would be one of my favorites.
And, yes…it did appear as if by magic. Serendipity happens sometimes when one doodles aimlessly-–
Another reason for YOU to doodle frequently!
Today’s pattern would look great in the background of any quilt. It is modern, but sophisticated enough to be included in the most formal of quilts.
Begin by stitching a spiral
Spiral around as many times as you would like. Make some of the spirals large and some small-this makes the pattern more interesting to “read”.
Next, begin stitching another spiral by sweeping away from the first motif.
To add a little “daisy” to our “dizzy”….add the petals from The Happy Blossom Free Motion Quilt Tutorial
In not time at all, you’ll be “Dizzy with Daisies” and your quilt will be complete!
I think this is my new favorite….
I’ve stitched so many Dizzy Daisies…I feel faint…I think I’ll take a little nap…THEN I’ll go clean the house?!
PS…This tutorial was stitched on Robert Kaufman Kona cotton fabric using Aurifil 28/2 cotton thread on top and Aurifil 50 wt cotton thread in the bobbin on my Bernina 820 without a stitch regulator using a Schmetz 90 Topstitch needle. The batting is Tuscany Silk–new for me, I’m giving it a whirl and a twirl and spin….I’ll let you know what I think.
PS…All tutorials, information and images are the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt and are intended for personal use only. Feel free to share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt. For all other purposes, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!