"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Daisy-Do completed!!

I really hope you have enjoyed stitching my Daisy-Do BOM!
Today I am sharing the last block and the quilt assembly instructions. 

Block 5 is the same as Block 1...
 
...and all five blocks together make this lovely wallhanging sized quilt!
 
You can download the pattern for the final block and the full assembly instructions HERE
Please send me photos of your finished Daisy-Do so I can share them on my Friday Show & Tell blog posts! :-)

I'll keep Daisy-Do as a free download until December 1st, then it disappears. 
You'll find all the block links HERE.
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Now to start working on next year's BOM. 
This year I shared two BOMs - ~Bouquet~ and 'Daisy-Do' - but next year there will just be the one and it will run for 12 months. Hope you'll be stitching it with me from January.
In the meantime I'm just finishing a free design I'll be sharing for Christmas. Want a sneak peek?
I should have it ready for you closer to December. :-)
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A few of you asked what Homespun issue the Flower Fairy pattern can be found in. It's issue 66 (Vol 9.11). The designer is Annie Smith.

It's wet and cool here today, such a pleasant change from the tropical heat. Perfect sewing weather, and as my hands are all healed from the copious amounts of aloe vera I caked them in overnight I can settle right down and do some. :-)
Hope you're having some sewing fun too!
Hugs
Jenny
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19 comments:

  1. Thanks for this Jenny - I have been excited at the beginning of each month in anticipation.... I have to admit this is the first BOM I have actually started and managed to keep up ...
    Hugz

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  2. Thanks Jenny. I'm one block behind. But I will be catching up !

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  3. Thank you Jenny, I'm looking forward to seeing this one finished, as it's the first time I've used beads in a project.

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  4. Thank you Jenny. It is beautiful. I will stitch this block today in the evening. Cann't wait. I have been travelling the most of October so I am behind with all my projects but the 'Daisy-Do' is up to date.

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  5. Hi Jenny, thankyou so much for this it is so pretty and will look lovely in my bedroom. The new BOM sounds exciting, where do you find the time to do all this work? take care
    Love Jillx

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  6. The christmas tree you are stitching looks interesting. And the finished daisy do is a beauty.
    KATRIN W.

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  7. Daisy Do is just lovely. Thank you so much for sharing this delightful wall quilt. I have just the spot for it. Now to finish it. ;o)

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  8. Glad your hands are better. it is also wet here - again - but it does make for better sewing weather. Looking forward to a BOM next year - really must get some UFOs out of the way over Christmas so I can justify starting yet another new project. Just need to give up work - but somehow keep the income.

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  9. Hi Jenny. I love the finished Daisy-Do! I'm off galavanting for the winter, and left my Daisy-Do's behind, but can't wait to complete them when I return to the island in the spring! Looking forward to the new BOM and hoping to keep up.
    ~karen

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  10. Gawjus Jen ... and your Christmas snippets are intriguing ;o).
    Love n hugs,
    Joy :o) xxxxxxxx

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  11. Very pretty and I'm looking forward to the next one!

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  12. My I wish I had gotten in on this at the beginning. Is there a place I can go or are they gone at the end of the month? The link that said clidk here for link to all blocks did not work .
    Beckie

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  13. The daisy do bom is beautiful! Thank you so much for all the work you put into these lovely designs! Can't wait to stitich next years too!

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  14. Thanks for the final installment of the Daisy Do! I have been sew looking forward to this LOL! I can't wait to finish and post it on my blog.

    I am so sad that we do not get Homespun magazine here. There was some rumor that they were going to have it at Borders, but I have been there a few times and they told me that they do not have it.

    Can't wait for the Christmas design!!!! I am sure that like all your designs, it will be amazing!

    Have a great week!
    carla louise
    www.ohsewaddicted.com

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  15. Love the finished design, thanks for sharing the patterns with us :)

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  16. It's gorgeous, Jenny!!!!! I can't wait to make it! I love the sneaky peek at your Christmas design too - and SO relieved to hear that your hand is healed enough for stitching!

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  17. Thank you so much for this Jenny !!
    It was a beautiful BOM, just as beautiful as all the things you do!!!
    Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  18. OH, a new BOM. Can't wait to see what you come up with. I have the issue of Homespun that the little angel is in. They are cute.

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  19. Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful design!!

    SheilaC

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hugs
Jenny
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