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A quillow is a quilt with a reversible pocket strategically sewn on the quilt so it can be folded up to fit inside the pocket, making a pillow. These are the perfect sleepover accessory for kids to take with them or a nice item to keep in the car on long trips. Great for a couch throw, too. Quillows can be made any size, and are fun to do in a theme such as “bugs” or “autumn.” Click here to read the rest of the tutorial. Search #scrapdash for more like these.
The pattern for this classic design has been written with the beginner in mind. All terms are defined and techniques are explained with extensive graphics. Very detailed pattern, excellent for learning to piece a quilt. This quilt is beginner-friendly and features nine-patch blocks, snowball blocks, and a border. The traditional colorways of gold, red and blue help make this quilt pop. Finishes about 60" x 72". #scrapdash
Are you expecting the pitter-patter of tiny feet? Or do you just like the sound of rain as it pitter-patters on the roof? No matter, this Pitter-Patter Pattern will remind you of those teeny-tiny taps! Designed for charm squares, this scrappy quilt pattern will make your heart go pitter-patter. Excellent for using up scraps. Finishes about 48" x 60". #scrapdash
The center of the star is perfectly sized for a fussy-cut design. You can make the top in a weekend with just a few fabrics or you can use up all your scraps and make it colorful. There are tutorials are available on the blog. Finishes 49" x 61". Is there a princess in your family that would like this fun little quilt? #scrapdash
Are you interested in learning more about making quilts or friends who are quilters? Perhaps someone to help you improve your quilting and piecing skills. Do you want to learn a new technique or gain a bit of quilting inspiration? If you would like to join a local group of creative people who do all these things, plus fun stuff like contests, challenges, swaps, and quilt shows, a quilt guild might be just what you are looking for. Visit Quiltguilds.com to find a guild or a quilt show near you.