Love the Blues Pillow Cover: A Finished Quilt


every year since i got back into sewing, i say i'm just going to sew up a few gifts. then as time goes, i end up making handmade gifts for everyone. this year is no different. so far this year i've made 4 quilts, a pillow cover, and i'm making a ninja throwing stars game for my nieces and nephews. so i thought i was done, but then decided i would make another pillow cover for a quick gift for another family member.

i was looking through my quilting books, looking for inspiration. when i came upon this pillow cover in Fresh Family Traditions by Sherri McConnell. i thought it would be perfect and i would be able to pull all the fabric from my stash.


i had pulled this fabric for a small quilt, which i still have enough to make said quilt. i love how the blue and greens mix with the Essex Yarn Dyed Linen in Denim. i love the foxes, so glad i had enough for this pillow.


for my pillow covers i love a zipper enclosure. whenever i make an envelope closure it never seems to stay closed, that's why i love zipper closures.

now hopefully i'm done with my Christmas sewing, but probably not i may end up finishing one or two more quilts. i guess we'll see how my weekend goes.

Quilt Stats
Pattern: Sugar Pine Pillow by Sherri McConnell
Dimensions : 16 inches square
Quilting: Straight line echo
Fabric: Essex Yarn Dyed Linen in Denim, Blueberry Park, Fox and the Houndstooth, Carolyn Friendlander, Amy Butler, and Basic Gray.

Happy Sewing!

Comments

  1. Great pillow. That reminds me - I had planned to make a little dog bed using this block. It's December 17 - dare I?

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  2. Beautiful!! I always make something for the women in my family, but this year, between other deadlines and a crazy schedule at work, I haven't been to make anything. :-(. Now I'm thinking I might only have time to make a few infinity scarves or something simple like that.

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  3. The graphic buffalo plaid quilt is very inspiring. I like the design. So often buffalo plaid makes me think of a scratchy, heavy weight wool but I bet that quilt feels great! Great job.

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