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Lil’ Twister Pillow Band Tutorial
I bought this cute charm pack called Spirograph by Benartex. I bought it from Quilter’s Daily Deal
I love getting a email every day from Missouri Star Quilt Co. letting you know the Deal of the Day. I wish I could buy all of them! Lots of bright colors. I forgot to take a picture of the pack – you can see my Whirlyjig block that I cut with the big prints (I’ll post that soon).
I took all the tone on tones and used them for a Lil’ Twister runner.This was very close to being another UFO. I put a 3.5 inch border on the runner and it measured 68 x15. I knew it would shrink after I cut out the blocks.
noticed I had 2 blocks of the same color next to each other.
This is when it almost went into the UFO pile or the blocks that never get finished pile.
I did a large squiggle loop in each twister and then stipple quilted the background.
Then I took another piece of muslin the same size, placed my quilted top right side down on it and stitched around the sides. I left a opening about 4 inches so I could turn it right side out. Then I top stitched around it catching the opening seam in my stitching.
A couple pieces of Velcro were used to close it around my pillow.
I think it looks better on a solid colored pillow. This is a pillow from our porch furniture which is a little small. The other pillow at the beginning is one that I made out of muslin. Now to use the other half of my runner – hmmmm – a different pillow coming up.
Simon and Bella are teaching Cricket bad habits. They are getting their drink of water and she can’t get in the tub yet. She tried to climb in the basket of hand cloths and down they came!
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