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Mini Christmas Scattered Pillows

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Are you ready for the holidays……is your house all decorated? I made a couple of new pillows with my Mini Scattered quilt pattern in Christmas fabrics to add to my Christmas decorations. I bet my daughter will grab them when she comes over for Christmas.

Mini Scattered Christmas Pillows

I used a charm pack that I may have bought last year….or the year before. It is called 25th and Pine by BasicGrey.

Christmas fabrics

This is the Mini Scattered pattern.

Christmas pillows scattered pattern
Christmas pillows scattered pattern

I didn’t use all of the Christmas fabrics in the charm pack so I added a few pieces to the back of my pillow as I wanted to use them up.

Pillow front and back

I made a couple of pillow forms and….overstuffed them just a little bit. The pillows look great from the front but pull a little bit on the back.

Back of the Christmas Scattered pillows

For the quilting, I just did straight line stitching.

Closeup of quilting on the Scattered Christmas pillows

It is always better if I can take photos outside on the deck.

You really have no idea how big these are. These almost look like pin cushions!

Pin cushion scattered

You can always find tutorials by going to my Tutorial page. There is a section on pillow tutorials and also a Christmas category.

If you have my Scattered pattern this is a miniature version. 

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11 Comments

  1. I have yet to master free motion quilting, so these scattered pillows suit my ability to quilt straight lines.
    The scattered design has so many options and looks amazing.
    Reading the comments adds to the inspiration I gain from being a happy subscriber.
    Thanks, Connie, for providing tutorials and designs for such interesting and colourful projects.
    Free Motion by the River is a happy place to be. Best wishes to all.

  2. This is such a versatile pattern – looks good in so many ways! I do machine quilting but meandering. I really need to try straight stitch with your tutorial. Thanks! I have one more quilt to make for Christmas – clock’s ticking!

  3. Love those pillows Connie. I think Scattered is possibly my most favorite of all your patterns and lucky me, I just ordered that one late November along with a few others. YAY. I’ll look forward to how you made this smaller version at some point when you find the time.

  4. Good Morning Connie! I have been following your blog for quite some time now and for some reason have not been commenting much. Very bad on my part because you always have wonderful projects and well written tutorials! A few days ago, I discovered your Spin The Wheel tutorial and pattern and instantly printed it out to make a couple of table toppers or pillows with for gifts. It is just lovely and I really love these envelope pillows that you made today! Thank you so much for sharing everything that you do! I know that I truly do appreciate the time and effort that you put into your blog and your pattern writing and tutorials! Have a fantastic creative day!

  5. What a fun way to mix it up with the charm pack fabrics. Your pillows are beautful and they would make wonderful pin cushions in smaller versions…or get BIGGER pins. Merry Christmas Bliss Dear…

  6. The pillows look great and I think I have mentioned how MANY mini packets I have. Will be waiting for the tutorial. I can also see it as a small wall hanging or a doll quilt.

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