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Aug 22, 2014

Patchwork Pillow Patterns for Beginner Quilters

Aug 22, 2014
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In the spring, I began teaching classes with these patchwork pillow patterns to help beginning quilters learn some of the tips and tricks I wish I knew when I first started quilting.  The patterns have been very fun - they are small manageable projects (which is easy on your time and budget).  They allow beginners to focus on learning a specific skill in a mini quilt turned pillow.
I am now teaching the second round of the series at Dabble & Stitch in Columbus, OH and I've finally listed the patterns for sale in the shop.  They are beginner friendly - the instructions are more detailed than you would normally find in quilt patterns to help explain terminology and tips.

There are 3 different 16" x 16" pillows.  They are available in PDF form individually - or - buy all 3 patterns together and save some $.  I made all 3 of my pillows to coordinate - but you don't have to follow suit.  

The first pattern is is the Plus Pillow shown above (teaches nesting seams - getting your intersecting seams to line up).

The second pattern is the Chevron Pillow shown below (teaches half-square triangles).

And the third pattern is the Flying Geese Pattern below (teaches Flying Geese).
Regular price for all 3 patterns is $12.
Each Pillow Pattern individually is $5.

Coupon: To introduce these patterns to you, they are all ON SALE until the end of the month (9/01/14).  Use the coupon code PILLOWS to get $1 off each pattern.

These patterns would be a great way to introduce quilting to a friend...
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2 comments:

  1. Love them! Pillows are such a great idea for beginner quilting classes.

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