The Flower of the month of March was The Daffodil and we stitched The Daffodil Vine HERE
I couldn’t get enough of this happy little jonquil, so I kept doodling (YOU doodle too, right?!)…
And I came up with a variation of the Daffodil Vine.
THE DAFFODIL MACHINE QUILTING TUTORIAL
Begin by stitching a straight stem line. Add a flat-topped oval.
Overstitch the left side of the flower and add two squared petals.
Stitch two more squared petals, then overstitch the right side of the oval and closely echo stitch the stem. (uh–oh end of bobbin tension problems…see what your stitch should NOT look like below).
Stitch down to the base of the flower. Add two straight line leaves.
Add a bent leaf to complete the motif.
Plant a row of Daffodils on YOUR next quilt!
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