I have finished repairing the dasies on my quilt top. I thought I would share with you how I did it as it can be used as a way to applique.
Firstly choose your fabric you are going to use (appilique). Press it very well, startch and press it again. You do not want any folds or creases as you will not be able to press again until the process is complete.
Find or purchase some light weight fusible interfacing. Interfacing differs from fusible bond by only having glue on one side. It is normally used in making clothing, but my friend used it to make the arcs for her wedding ring quilt.
Now cut out your design from the fabric piece and the interfacing (mine is petals). Take one piece of fabric and one piece of interfacing and with right side of fabric up place the side of interfacing with glue or dots on top, glue dots facing fabric. With a short stitch, stitch around the edge using a narrow seam. With my petal I had the bottom open to turn the petal right side out. If you don't have this, like on a circle, make a slit in the interfacing big enough to pull the fabric through. Be gentle and once turned out, smooth out the edges with your finger. DO NOT PRESS!