March 30, 2012

Postage Stamp Pillow in Red and White

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Finished today is this red and white checked pillow with a vintage look, made entirely of scraps!  I used Pellon Fusible Stabilizer 1" Quilter's Grid On-Point Interfacing to secure the 2" squares together and then sewed the seams right sides together using the lines on the interfacing as a guide.  The quilt top was then quilted with a layer of batting and muslin and quilted in a straight line fashion each direction.  I'm giving thanks again for my walking foot!  The reverse is an envelope opening in a white and red floral print.  This project felt like miles of sewing, but she is pretty sweet!  She fits a 16" pillow form or an 18" pillow form for a really stuffed look.



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10 comments :

Nicole said...

Cute pillow! I had never heard of grid interfacing before. Good to know!

Gemini Jen said...

Very very cool! Well done!

Treasures Evermore said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I LOVE RED AND WHITE!!!!

Patchwork Mill, Maria said...

Dear Myra,

These pillows are so beautiful!

And I just wanted to let you know I've nominated you for a Liebster blog award - http://patchworkmill.blogspot.com/2012/04/blogs-in-world-and-my-adorable-award.html
Of course you don’t have to nominate other blogs, but I wanted to express it with this that I really like your blog and would like others to get to know it as well!

Amy said...

Wow would I ever love to have scraps like yours!! Love the red and white in your pillow. Just popping over from Canoe Ridge Creations link up. Amy from www.craftyshenanigans.blogspot.co.uk

Cherie said...

This looks great! How many squares did you have to cut? =D

Mrs.Hearts said...

@ Cherie - There are somewhere around 122 squares. I'll take strip piecing any day!!

Mrs.Hearts

Erin said...

Cute pillow!! Love the postage stamp look!

Heather said...

Stunning! Love the squares on point!

Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust said...

So beautiful. I love red!

Warmly, Michelle