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Using leftover blocks from a Simply Sunny project to make Pillow:
16" x 16"
You will need one block for this project.
Sew background strips (1½" x 9½"), to the sides of the flower block.
Sew one background strip (1½" x 8½") to the top of the flower block.
Sew one green strip (1½" x 8½") to the bottom of the flower block.
Sew 5½" x 11½" border strips to the sides of the flower block.
Sew 3½" x 18½" to the top & bottom of the flower block.
If desired, quilt pillow top then trim to 16" square being careful to center the pieced block in the center of the pillow top.
From pillow back fabric cut two pieces 13½" x 16".
Fold 2" of 16" edge to the back and stitch down ¼" from
the raw edge. Repeat for 2nd back piece. Note: diagrams show wrong side of pillow back.
Optional: Apply Velcro to the pillow back opening. IMPORTANT! Position Velcro to the front of one back piece and the back of the other.
Overlap the two back pieces so the square created
by the two pieces together measures 16" x 16". If you have added Velcro, fasten the back pieces together and trim the back as necessary.
Place pillow back face up.
Center pillow top on pillow back, right sides together, and stitch around pillow top, ¼" from edge of pillow top.
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|Last Updated on December 16, 2006|