I designed my Love You the Most! pillow design a few years ago as a gift for a lovely "tween'. This is a bright, colorful, fun design, and you can make it in so many different ways! The pattern offers instructions to make four versions of the original design so that you can make your own whimsical "sweetheart" pillow for someone special on your list!
This design combines "love you the most" printed or ironed on to fabric, graduated heart appliques and pieced borders to create a delightful pillow accent - perfect in any room in your home.
The comprehensive 25 page pattern includes step-by-step directions for four versions of the Love You the Most! pillow - everything from a classic Valentine to colorful, modern fabric combos. Full size patterns and printables make it very easy to create the appliques, and detailed instructions walk you through the pieced border construction. I've even included a reversed text printable for use with iron-on applications!
Easy to follow instructions are provided for four decorative finishes - fringe, ruffled lace, purchased decorative cord and bias covered cord.
Instructions are also provided for two pillow back options: a one-piece back and an envelope back.
I hope you enjoy creating your own versions of Love You the Most! for all of your sweethearts!!
Design is such a huge part of my life - painting, sewing, making tile, cooking, and more. There are so many ways to bring design to life, and learning new techniques and exploring new materials is ...
Design is such a huge part of my life - painting, sewing, making tile, cooking, and more. There are so many ways to bring design to life, and learning new techniques and exploring new materials is just so much fun!
I am thrilled to offer playful, imaginative stitchery designs and easy to follow, precise patterns to inspire your creativity!
Just received this very nice comment from Karen, who recently purchased one of my patterns..."I've purchased this pattern and can't wait to get started--love the precision of your drawings and pattern instructions!" I think that's what it's all about!