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Meeow!

from LYTM - Love You the Most!
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Meeow!
Meeow! Pattern Layout Guide
Meeow! Mix it Up!
Meeow! Color Print
Meeow! Meeow! Wall Hanging
Meeow! Meeow! Pillow

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be comfortable with sewing and applique
  • Quilting knowledge is optional

Pattern Description:

Meeow! is a high-style, spike-heeled mule, originally made in Cheetah print with hot pink maribou accents...ooh, la la!

This is the third in my series of shoe applique designs, created to share shoe decor with other craftsy fashionistas. Each design combines applique, quilting and three-dimensional accents.

Other shoe designs include:
Oh, So Coco! - a spectator T-strap inspired by fashion icon Coco Chanel
Over the Rainbow - a colorful sky-high wedge sandal, complete with a rainbow heel and an ankle tie - bright, boho fun!
Fashionista - a peep-toe platform pump with optional satin bow accent...a little disco, a lot of style!

These designs are not only stylish, they are so much fun to make! The pattern and instructions will walk you through creating a fabulous home decor accent - just like mine, or with your own flair and sense of style.

8-page instruction book includes basic guidelines for using the applique to make a pillow or wall hanging, plus a bonus page for coloring that can be traced for painting!

Make one or more of these adorable shoe designs today!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Applique - appx 7"w x 4"h
  • Pillow or Wall Hanging - 14" square

Materials:

  • Center Panel Fabric - 9"w x 7 1/4"h
  • Batting - 16" square
  • Small pieces of fabric for applique
  • Muslin for quilted top backing - 10"w x 8"h
  • Fabric for backing and 'frame' - 1/2 yard

You Will Also Need:

  • Maribou Trim (appx 6") - Optional
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$4.75

Intermediate
Sewing
Home Decor
Pillow
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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 ...

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