When my son went off to college, I made him this plump quilted cover for his favorite body pillow so he could have something homey in his new setting. It was a hit with his roommates, and he got a lot of remarks like "Where did you get this?" or "Wow, this is really nice!" After making a few more for our own home, it became clear that the body pillow quilt was a super popular and unusual creation.
You can make this with fat quarters or scraps from your stash.Use whatever palette you like. Choose the "Amherst" pizza-nacho-beer color scheme shown in the main photo, try a romantic cottage floral blend of teal, rose, and peach (middle pix). Go bright and splashy or pick zen colors for a serene "spa" look. Ideal for beds, window seats, futon sofas, and much more!
PS - It's a great way to bring new life to a body pillow that has lost some of its oomph! And because it goes together quickly, the
Body Pillow Quilt gives you the satisfaction of completing a quilted project in less than a weekend. Make one for someone you love!
PATTERN is 16 pages, optimized for tablet/iPad display. For screen viewing, there are clickable links that provide additional online tips. If you choose to print, use letter-size paper with your printer set on "landscape." (Be green and keep it on the screen!)
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Every now and then, the designer muse hits and I create a pattern which captures a technique I have developed. I'm a stickler for detail and clarity and strive to make my instructions easy and ...
Every now and then, the designer muse hits and I create a pattern which captures a technique I have developed. I'm a stickler for detail and clarity and strive to make my instructions easy and precise so you'll have fun and great results. All my patterns display nicely on a tablet or other digital device.
I hope you take time to check them out and give them a spin. I'm always eager to receive feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!