Lucky Shamrock Pillow

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This Shamrock Can Easily be Made Into a Wall or Table Quilt Too!

This charming pillow is such a quick and easy project that you’ll want to make more than one. The cheery green will provide a welcome breath of fresh air to gloomy gray days, so go ahead and give one to a friend. They’ll be just as charmed by this shamrock as we are.

If pillows aren’t your thing, this project can easily be converted to a table topper or a wall quilt. You could even stitch three together and make a table runner.

Lucky Shamrock Pillow

Finish off the fusible applique shamrock edges with hand or machine blanket stitch, or simply sew around the edges like designer Lindsey Weight did (Lindsey’s edges are likely to fray once washed, adding another dimension to the shamrock).

The finished pillow front is about 10″ x 10″, although a template is provided for a larger shamrock.

Click here for the “Lucky Shamrock Pillow” tutorial from Fort Worth Fabric Studio.

Click here for the shamrock PDF template.

Click here for Lindey’s tutorial for making an envelope pillow cover.



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