Friday, June 9, 2017

Ruffled Flower Pillow Covers - Testing Your Own Pattern

Today I am revisiting a project from a couple of months ago.

These pillow covers were created for a tutorial for Thermoweb
and a 
spring quilt market display for Anna Griffin Fabric.


The pattern has been very popular in my Craftsy shop, but I never dreamed how much my friends here at home would love them.  

So, I hunted down more fabric on Esty from 2 great shops:

RebsFabStash and SewStitchingHappy

and 
today I have completed 2 more pillow covers.


I had to follow my own pattern and was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to understand.  As I write patterns, sometimes I'm not sure it makes sense or is coming across as I want it to.
If you want to make these pillow covers try out this pattern.
I tested it more than once and it's not bad.  lol

Sew yourself a ruffled flower pillow cover to dress up your front porch or, as my friend, give these as a gift for a bedding set.


They are super soft because you use 
in the ruffle to create dimension and softness.
The ruffles in these large blooms are super simple with the technique in the pattern.

The full tutorial is on the ThermOWeb blog click - Here
and
You can download the PDF pattern from my Craftsy pattern store HERE.
or
click on this button.


Choose a couple of coordinating prints and sew up some pretty pillows!

Now I only have 2 more to make....
Have a happy weekend!

3 comments:

Heide said...

Two really cute, fun pillows.

Needled Mom said...

Those are really cute. I like your fabric choices.

Carol S. said...

I loved them the first time I saw them and love the new ones!