Fabric flowers

I’ve been asked a few times where I get inspiration for the quilts I make. And, (as with any of my crafts) the answer is “all over!”

With this next project… it started with a piece of flannel from the clearance bin.

It wasn’t huge (about a yard and a half) but it’s just enough to use for a back of a small baby quilt. I bought it and tucked it away, no t thinking of it again until I saw the Dizzy Daisy tutorial from Missouri Star Quilts. I immediately knew this would be the block!

But I didn’t have any fabric for it. Normally, I would just let the idea marinate, and eventually I’d come across something. But I needed to order some foam for the tote bags I’d planned on making, so I decided to take a look at Layer Cakes too!

The colours and prints were perfect!

The other day, I got everything cut and ready to go.

And of course, sewed up one block just to see!

These flowers are so fun and easy to make. I can whip one up in about 10 minutes, so it’s the perfect project for when I’m waiting on stuff for the day job, and have a little time to kill.

10 thoughts on “Fabric flowers

  1. Araignee

    That’s a beautiful fabric collection! I was tempted by today’s Daily Deal but I resisted. I really have no more space in my little sewing nook. I can’t wait to get these last quilts quilted and moved out. I feel like I’m suffocating in there.

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  2. Shirley Elliott

    Your new fabrics are awesome and could have been the same line as the backing fabric you have. Love the block and it will be such a cheerful quilt.

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