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Tutorial: Sprocket Pillows

Tutorial: Sprocket Pillows
These are my favorite new pillows. They are fast and unbelievably easy to make…and I hope you love them as much as I do. I did my best to simplify the instructions/pattern so they are beginner friendly, and super fun to make. If you’ve never worked with a template or curves, and your nervous about it…these pillows are a perfect place to start. The only problem with them is that you can’t make just one…trust me …I tried. There are pattern templates for two sizes: Click the link below to download the pattern templates *For best results, print the templates directly from google docs (click file on the left and print). ** Please do not re-post the link to these templates on your own website! You will also need: Large fabric scraps for the top wedges, a 5" x width of fabric strip for the middle (plus a little extra for the large size), a fat quarter for the back, a bag of poly-fill stuffing, and a button and thread for the center. Let’s get started!!!! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

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The Colette Patterns Pants Fitting Cheatsheet Fitting pants is a bit tricky, let’s face it. There are a lot of differences among women in the areas between waist and ankles. You’ve got hips and waists of different sizes, butts of various shapes, legs of all different lengths, thighs that bulge in different ways, calves that may or may not be muscular. And then there are the differences in posture! With all these factors, no wonder pants fitting seems so mystifying. Pillow Tutorial: Envelope Here is the tutorial for the envelope pillows that were made during my class at Alt Summit. I decided to go with the envelope back pillow because it just might be the easiest thing that you've ever made. First choose a pillow.

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a string quilt block tutorial – paper pieced method I’m so blown away by all the wonderful comments on my string quilt, now aptly named ‘Kaleidoscope’ (many thanks to Kerri who was the first to suggest it, followed by 9 others of you who had the same thought!) I think it’s just perfect. And now, a quick tutorial – I had a few requests for a tutorial on making this type of quilt, so I figured I’d oblige (it’s the least I can do, right?).

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25 Free Log Cabin Quilt Patterns [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Sewing Description: This Free Cape­let Pat­tern, from Ruf­fles And Stuff, is just per­fect for change­able Spring days. Craft Link : Free Capelet Pattern Read More : Sewing or Home Felt Lattice Pillow I'm back with yet another felt pillow. This one was inspired by this pillow from West Elm: After I started working on this, I realized that my plan of attack for the knots was not going to work, and I went in a different direction.

Living with Punks: Tutorial: Sweet Confection Pillow As I was making this pillow, it reminded me the of rows and rows of candy I used to see inFarrell’s. Does anyone have a Farrell’s in their town? We lost ours about 20 years ago, but I hear they are making a comeback! Yay! This really is a simple pillow to make. It’s just rows of pom-pom fringe sewn on with a zig-zag stitch. Pat Sloan's Free Pattern Page Note from Pat How can I give away FREE patterns? I'm very pleased to be able to offer these free quilt patterns to you. For me it's fun to share them and I just love seeing your finished projects. Please remember I can only offer these because quilters like you also

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