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Scrappy Quilt-y Flower Pin


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A handmade pin with a wonderful vintage look! Your pin will look like it was made from an old vintage quilt- but you won't have to cut apart your cherished keepsakes to make it! I created this project because I love the look of vintage accessories, but I could never bring myself to cut apart an old quilt. Looks beautiful on a coat or jacket lapel, or headband, barrette or tote bag. Or make a bunch and decorate a pillow, etc. Have fun playing with different fabric combinations. This is also a great project for practicing machine quilting. Don't worry- your quilting doesn't have to be perfect because you are going to cut it apart anyway! Anyone with machine sewing experience can complete this project. Scrappy Quilt-y Flower Pins make wonderful gifts for every lady on your list- mom, sister, quilting buddy, guild member, Secret Sister, babysitter.... **This pattern is also available as part of a pattern bundle- BUY 3 DIFFERENT FLOWER PIN PATTERNS AND SAVE! Please visit the Craftsy page below BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Machine sewing Basic hand sewing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Pin approximately 4"

Supplies Needed

  • Scrap of felt for back
  • Scrap of thin cardboard (such as a cereal box)
  • Sewing thread

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Jacquelynne Steves: The Art of Home
Jacquelynne Steves: The Art of Home
Please visit me at Hi there! I am so grateful for the legacy of creative women who came before me- my mom taught me to sew and cook, my Grandmom taught me to crochet and paint ceramics, and my Grandma Clare taught me all about gardening.... I like to cook and sew and make quilts. I like to paint pretty pictures. I like to browse in cool shops, lurk in interesting museums, and loiter in book stores. I enjoy a good, warm, comforting cup of tea. I do my best thinking while I’m lying awake in bed at 3 a.m. when I’m supposed to be sleeping. I am an artist and illustrator, and I design fabric and quilt & sewing patterns for the quilting industry. I also write and illustrate books featuring creative ideas like quilt patterns, craft projects, and recipes. My blog is called The Art of Home, and it's about being creative every day.... because home is the perfect place to indulge our creative urges… My name is Jacquelynne, and I just like to make stuff. Come along with me, I would love to meet you!