Welcome Fall #112

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Welcome Fall #112 Pattern

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Quilting: Welcome Fall  #112
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Pillow

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Embroidery, basic quilting, sewing

Pattern Description:

Inspired by the scarecrow from my sister's garden! This is a wonderful pattern which includes directions for both a pillow and table runner.

This pattern will be a joy for both the beginner and experienced quilter.

The finished tablerunner measures 18" x 18". The finished pillow measures 18" x 18". Directions to complete this project are clearly stated with diagrams included. You will enjoy the embroidery and quilting the front. The design is accented with applique sunflowers with yo-yo centers. So Cute!

***4 pages of directions with directions in US measurements with color picture of finished pillow/tablerunner on the front cover. Materials needed clearly stated on the back of the pattern.

Original design by Quilt Doodle Designs

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18" x 18"

Materials:

  • Pieced Border #1- 1/4 yard Brown fabric
  • Pieced Border #2 - 1/4 yard Brown fabric
  • Backing, binding & sunflowers- 3/4 yard gold fabric
  • flower centers - 8"x8" black fabric
  • Batting 18" x 18"
  • Center- 12" x 12" cream fabric or muslin
  • 8" x 8" fusible transfer web or heat n bond
  • Dark brown thread for machine applique
  • DMC Floss in the following colors- 310 black, 921 orange, 938 dark brown, 436 gold, 936 green, 930 blue, 420 dark gold, 434 brown
  • clover 30 mm yo-yo maker (optional)
  • water soluble transfer pen

You Will Also Need:

  • If you make the pillow you will also need 1/2 yard gold fabric & a 18" pillow form

About Designer

About Designer

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I have a love for sewing and quilting that was started when I was a small child. I was encouraged by my mom, grandma and great grandma. I had excellent teachers!

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