The Top Can be Turned Into a Mini Quilt Too!
Dig into your stash for colorful prints to use in this fun pillow. Display it every spring or any time of the year. Hearts decorate the sweet umbrella while smaller hearts take the place of raindrops.
The pillow top can also be made into a table or wall quilt. It’s easy to make with easy piecing and fusible applique.
Fusible fleece is applied to the back of the pillow top. Save time by sewing around the fused pieces as part of the quilting process.
The finished pillow cover, designed by Amy Chappell for Therm-o-Web, fits an 18″ pillow form.
You’ll also need the applique pattern found here.
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