Easy Quilt-As-You-Go Daisy Block

Easy Quilt-As-You-Go Daisy Block | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image by Pattern Poole TV


Here’s a lively and fun design for you to try at home. This is the easy quilt-as-you-go daisy block by Pattern Poole TV on Youtube. It’s not complicated to sew, making it the perfect pattern for beginners. Watch the video below for detailed instructions.



  • 4 pieces of 8″ squares (2 of the same color and 2 backgrounds)
  • mark
  • ruler
  • solid colored fabric
  • cardboard
  • 13 1/2″ backing square
  • batting (cut half an inch smaller than the backing square on all sides)


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Step 1:

Stack the squares together with the colored squares on the bottom. All should face right side up.

Step 2:

On one corner, mark a half inch to the side and up. On the opposite corner, make some marks that are 3/4″ away along the top and bottom edges.

Step 3:

Connect the marks that you made and cut through that two lines.

Step 4:

Take the two top background fabrics and place them underneath the colored ones.

Easy Quilt As You Go Daisy Block Tutorial
Image by Pattern Poole TV


Step 5:

Take the first two side pieces and the center piece. Place them right sides together and sew with a quarter of an inch seam allowance. Do the same for the remaining pieces. Press on the dark side.

Step 6:

Trim all the blocks into 7″ squares.

Step 7:

Arrange your four blocks to form a daisy shape. Sew them together. Press the seams towards the dark colors.

Easy Quilt As You Go Daisy Block Design
Image by Pattern Poole TV


Step 8:

Cut a small circle on the cardboard. Next, cut a circle half an inch bigger than the round cardboard on the solid-colored fabric.  Stitch a running stitch around the circle fabric, place the round cardboard in the middle and pull the thread tightly. Finish with stitches sewn close together, iron it, and let it cool down. Remove the cardboard once cooled. Find the center and sew on your block.

Step 9:

Place the backing square on the bottom of the block, followed by the batting square. Mark a line from corner to corner, then on the center of each petal and background. Quilt the lines.


Easy Quilt As You Go Daisy Block

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