Good Morning, Quilters!
Welcome to Open Line Friday! A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I wanted to make one of the tuffets that were so popular at Quilt Market.
And of course, you came through. Several of you sent information about tuffets.
Thank you to Karyl, who sent photos of her tuffet. She made it in a class by Sharyn Cole of Tuffetsource.
Note the spider web on the painted furniture above!
Thank you to Terry who found this tutorial at Sew Mod
If you want a simpler pillow version try one of this one:
FREE Great video: Try Missouri Star’s Sprocket Pillow HERE
FREE Floor Pillow Tutorial with Step by Step Photos
FREE Meditation PillowThis one is in Japanese, but the photos are very clear. http://m.duitang.com/people/mblog/34760790/detail/
Do YOU know any great tutorials for tuffets, pillows or any other project?
We’d LOVE to hear!
Lori Miss Muffet who wants a Tuffet
A few weeks ago, I purchased a few yards of fabric for Halloween-and really have had fun combining them for different projects. I finished the table square below last week. Continue reading
I took a break from my bigger projects to work on a summer-themed project this week.
Don’t you love popsicles in the summer?
For this little pillow, I cut out the simple shapes and tacked them down with a little glue. I layered the fabric on a piece of light-weight batting before zig-zag stitching around the raw edges. This is a very informal way to appliqué. I use it for experimental pieces and for quick, casual projects.
Once the pieces were appliquéd, I did a little free motion quilting to complete the pillow top. (See The Circle free motion quilting tutorial HERE)
I will finish this pillow with piping and a simple quilted back…
Sweet dreams! (or sweet Dreamsicles!)
PS–Thank you for pinning, tweeting, and sharing…All photos and tutorials are intended for personal use only. For any commercial use, please contact Lori Kennedy @ firstname.lastname@example.org.