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I love our coastal Florida vibe, and I love creating fresh, modern needlework pieces! Needlepoint, cross stitch, applique and quilts all bring my designs to life. I offer sewing and stitching ...

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Over the Rainbow

from LYTM - Love You the Most!
(9) Name: 'Sewing : Over the Rainbow
Over the Rainbow Color Options
Over the Rainbow Over the Rainbow Wall Hanging
Over the Rainbow Over the Rainbow Pillow
Over the Rainbow
Over the Rainbow Layout & Quilting Guide

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be comfortable with applique, quilting and sewing

Pattern Description:

This colorful, sky-high wedge sandal is the second in my series of shoe designs, created to share my love of fabulous shoes with other crafty fashionistas. Over the Rainbow is complete with a gold lame vamp, rainbow heel and an ankle tie - bright, bohemian fun!

Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions walk you through creating a 14" x 14" pillow or wall hanging. Each design combines applique, quilting and three-dimensional accents. Make a few for a fun grouping on sofa or wall!

Other shoe designs include:
Oh, So Coco! - a spectator T-strap inspired by fashion icon Coco Chanel
Meeow! - a spike-heeled Cheetah mule with a hot pink maribou accent...very chic!
Fashionista - a peep-toe platform pump with optional vamp accent...a little disco, a lot of style!

Full-size pattern and layout included

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Applique - appx 6 1/2"w x 6"h
  • Pillow or Wall Hanging - 14" square


  • Small pieces of fabric for applique
  • Center Panel Fabric - 10" x 10"
  • Muslin for quilted top backing - 17" x 17"
  • Fabric for borders and back - 1/2 yd
  • Batting - 17" x 17"
  • See pattern back for all required materials

You Will Also Need:

  • Ribbon or cord for ankle tie - appx 20"
  • See pattern back for all required materials

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