Good Morning, Quilters!
I know winter is fast approaching, but this is what popped up in my sketchbook–Flowers!
Sometimes when I am doodling mindlessly a gem emerges…
This flower is simple to stitch and can be scaled much larger or quite small. Stitch it on red fabric to make a quick Christmas pillow or add it to any quilt to quickly fill the background.
THE EASY BREEZY FLOWER-MACHINE QUILTING TUTORIAL
Begin by stitching a curl. Echo stitch the curl.
Stitch a wavy line around the curl.
Echo stitch the wavy line.
Stitch another curl with echo stitching.
The trick here is to tuck the wavy line (petals) into the adjacent flower to create a cluster effect.
Because the flower is so free-form this is easy to do!
Hope YOU will stitch this on YOUR next quilt!
SUNFLOWER TO POINSETTIA QUILT SHOW
Please send YOUR photos from our quilt-a-long by December 5th! We will have a “People’s Choice Award” with prizes!
Send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to add “Sunflower Sampler” in the subject line!
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