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No-Bias Pillow

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Exposure Time 1/60
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Such a fun project!

Created in this Craftsy class

Traditional Blocks Made Simple taught by Anita Grossman Solomon

Get piecing in no time with Anita Grossman Solomon's innovative techniques for cutting and assembling four classic quilt blocks.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Home dec fabric, interfacing, trilobal polyester thread, pillow form and extra loose batting for corners.

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Great pillow. I like how your quilting works with the pattern of the block so well.

07/17/2014 Flag

Thanks, Cathlene! I really had fun doing the block AND doing the quilting. Close-up, it looks like I should rip, but the overall effect is good, I think. I am enjoying using it.

07/19/2014 Flag


09/29/2014 Flag

Thank you, drissdawn

10/01/2014 Flag

Love your pillow!

05/22/2015 Flag

Thanks, Mias! Anita's instructions make it easy! (Also available on her blog.) I loved this class, and Anita's sense of humor was delightful.

05/22/2015 Flag

I love the design of this pillow. Ordinarily I might not combine these colors but I really like the red as that color pops out when used with this chair. Lovely!

05/29/2015 Flag

It is not pieced, but home dec fabric, but yes, the red does pop! That chair is neutral AND in a place that gets good natural light, so I take pics of most of my projects in that chair, but this pillow is the chair's regular occupant.

05/29/2015 Flag

Lovely way of creating a pillow - looks great - nice motive quilting. Thanks for sharing.

02/17/2016 Flag

So glad you like it! Fun way to try out a block or quilt motif without a big time commitment.

02/17/2016 Flag