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Pleated Pillow Trio Pattern


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Pattern Details

Create a beautiful set of three pillows with dimensional detail using pre-cut strips. Folding, pleating and tucking techniques create unique textures to dress up your home decor. This pattern is part of my Make New or Make Do(tm) sewing pattern collection. Need a great tip for pressing sewn and turned strips? Check out my Perfect Strap Tutorial: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY machine sew turn a sewn strip SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Square: 14 1/2"" x 14 1/2" Rectangular: 11 1/2" x 15 1/2" Round: 15 1/2"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Square Pillow: 16" pillow form (this will make a plump pillow), (14) 2 1/2" x 34" wide quilting cotton strips, 1/2 yd quilting cotton for background fabric, 1 yd woven cotton fusible interfacing, thread
  • Rectangular Pillow: 12" x 16" pillow form, (14) 2 1/2" x 12" fabric strips, 1/2yd background fabric, 1 1/2yd woven cotton fusible interfacing, Embroidery floss, Thread
  • Round Pillow: (2) 2 1/4" x width of fabric A, (2) 2 1/4" x width of fabric B, (1) 2 1/4" x width of fabric C, (1) 2 1/4" x width of fabric D, 1/2 yd background fabric, 1 1/2 yd woven cotton fusible interfacing, (2) 1 1/2" half ball covered buttons, Fiberfill, Doll or Upholstery needle, thread

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Betz White
Betz White
Betz White has built a career on thoughtful design, skilled craftsmanship and a focus on Earth-friendly materials. She is a graduate in fashion design from the University of Cincinnati, a former children’s wear designer and the bestselling author of <i>Warm Fuzzies</i>, <i>Sewing Green</i> and <i>Present Perfect: 25 Gifts to Sew & Bestow</i>. Betz has been featured on Martha Stewart’s television show as well as on the cover of Craft magazine and on numerous craft podcasts. Her bold aesthetic combined with her education in apparel design result in a unique offering of patterns and projects for the modern sewer.