I've been crafting since I was a young teenager, but began sewing seriously just after my second child was born in 2011. I really began to find my niche and make things that were visually appealing ...
I've been crafting since I was a young teenager, but began sewing seriously just after my second child was born in 2011. I really began to find my niche and make things that were visually appealing and modern. I started making clothing for my girls and then decided to branch out to quilts that they could enjoy for many years. I fell in love. I also create other unique, one of a kind gifts as well.
Feel free to follow my work at smalltownthread.wordpress.com!
Here's a fresh new take on the tribal trend. Original in design and unique in style, this pillow is a breeze to make. The final size is 20" square, and is perfect for your sofa or bed.
Included in the pattern are 7 pages of inspiration, diagrams, instructions, and advice as well as a worksheet to design your own! This pattern is not designed for beginner quilters though could be done with some patience, and is better for intermediate quilters.
You will need 1/4 yard of five fabrics, plus a yard for the background/backing, rotary cutter, rulers, sewing machine, needles, and coordinating thread.
Post your finished projects on Flickr so I can see!
Tag your photos on Instagram and Facebook with #moderntribal
If you need any assistance or have an issues, don't hesitate to contact me, I'll be happy to help!
This is a digital file only - not a finished product.
Copyright Small Town Thread 2014
This pattern is for personal, non-commercial use only. You may sell handcrafted items made from this pattern
under the following conditions:
- Pattern must have been purchased by the seller at retail price
- Item must be sewn by the seller on a small scale only
- Credit for the pattern must be given (a link is preferred, but not required)
- No mass production of any sort is allowed.
(Fabrics on cover photo are Arizona by April Rhodes)