Lil Twister Pillow Tutorial

Lil Twister Pillow Tutorial

Lil Twister Pillow Tutorial

 One more Lil’ Twister pillow. I used up the other section of my Lil’ Twister blocks for another pillow. This one is 18 inches and I made a complete pillow cover instead of a band.
This is made the same way as the one for the Lil Twister Band on a Pillow.
Lil Twister Pillow Tutorial
I added muslin on both sides to make a 19 inch block, then I added batting and a backing before quilting it. I usually use something thin on the back as it won’t be seen. I had a old bed skirt that had a cheesecloth type fabric that went under the mattress and when I didn’t want it anymore I cut that part off and saved it for pillows.Lil Twister Pillow Tutorial

I used the envelope style backing and stitched around the block with a 1/2 inch seam.Lil Twister Pillow Tutorial

When Builder Bob saw the pillows he asked what season they were for…..they didn’t look Halloweeny, Fall or Christmas. I told him they were Modern Quilting……….Lil Twister Pillow Tutorial
Simon with Cricket – ACCEPTANCE
Lil Twister Pillow

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14 Comments

  1. Oh wow – I LOVE the quilting on those pillows! You did an amazing job. The kitties are beyond cute!

  2. great pillows! love the tight quilting on the background fabric and how it makes the pinwheels pop. LOVE the kitties πŸ˜€

    hopped over from WIP wed, thanks for posting!

  3. I have the lil' twister, but have not used mine yet. I really like your pillows. What a sweet little gadget to use for our quilting needs πŸ˜€

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