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Brooke of Pitter Putter Stitch shows her readers how to make a kaleidoscope quilt block using paper piecing. This, after she created a lovely pillow with the same pattern for her swap partner. Get the know-how.…
Anorina of Samelia’s Mum made her Oh Christmas Tree cushion (pillow) saying it only takes a couple of hours and some fabric scraps. She machine stitched the applique tree pieces to a solid ground, then completed the front panel with …
Julianna of Sewing Under Rainbow made this festive Christmas pillow as part of the Deck the Halls series at Ellison Lane Quilts. She used a paper piecing technique to create the deer quilt block that makes up the front. …
Tacha of Fat Quarterly shares how to make this quilted pillow as part of Moda Bake Shop’s 120-Minute Gift series. The pillow is shown on a quilt by the same name, Yuletide Twist. The quilt pattern is in Issue 11 …
Jane of Quilt Jane made this pillow for her friend, Mary, who is known to love decorating for Halloween. Jane hand drew the scary skull and used it as the star of the pillow front. On the back, she quilted …
Wendy of Ivory Spring did a guest post at Riley Blake’s Cutting Corners College blog showing how to make two pillows (16″ and 18″ finished). She used The Simple Life fabric collection by Tasha Noel, which I adore for its …
Terri at Sewfantastic shows how she made a 42″ x 42″ rainbow hexie floor pillow saying she got the inspiration for it from her four-year old daughter. The hexagons are 2 inch in size making the project go together quickly. This …
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The talent behind Celtic Thistle took the EZ Dresden Ruler Challenge by the Salt Lake City Modern Quilt Guild and made her Nautical-themed pillow, shown. She shares step-by-step instructions on how she did it. Get the tutorial.
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Michele T on August 17, 2012 wrote,
The book looks neat!! Thanks for the chance!
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Daniel of Piece and Press made this blanket and pillow for his son’s (who he calls Munchkin) Totoro softie. It was a project he admits he could not put off lest the recipient lose interest in softies altogether. Go HERE …
Elizabeth of Don’t Call Me Betsy kicked off Christmas in July festivities this week, starting with this Mariner’s Star pillow. Before it’s over she’ll have nine different bloggers sharing tutorials for decor and gift items. The pillow front is a …
Linda of Buzzing and Bumbling shows how to make a ribbon embellished tooth fairy pillow on her blog. She explains,
These could also be made as prayer pillows or gift pillows for the hospital with little or no change.