About this Quilt
Finished Size : 15½" square
Designed By : Cindy Wiens
Selvedge edges, the part of the fabric we usually cut off before starting a quilting project, have a lot of fun information. They often include the names of the designer, the fabric collection, and the manufacturer, as well as the colored registration dots that indicate the colors used during printing.
This Bloom Selvedge Pillow is an easy foundation-pieced pattern that showcases the selvedge information, repurposing something you’d normally toss into a charming record of your fabric stash. The pattern comes with step-by-step directions to make sewing easy and fun as well as a hexagon template to get perfect “petals” each time.
Make a Bloom Selvedge Pillow for yourself and a sewing pal or your quilt group to celebrate your quilting adventures together. The pillow will become a special “remember when” keepsake that you can all talk about for years to come.
- Assorted fabric scraps, 6 strips approximately 1″ × 5″ each Note: These are the starter strips for the foundation-pieced petals.
- Assorted fabric selvedges, approximately 4–6″ each Note: You will need 4–8 selvedge strips for each petal, depending on the width of each selvedge.
- Background fabric, 16½” square
- Lining fabric, 16½” square
- Scrap fabric for the selvedge foundation, (6) 5″ squares
- Flower center, 5″ square
- Pillow back fabric, (2) 11½” × 16″ rectangles
- Lightweight fusible web, 3⁄8 yard
- Narrow rickrack for stem, 6″ strip
- Batting, 16½” square
- Pillow form, 16″ square
- Temporary spray adhesive
- Template plastic or cardboard
- Hexagon pattern (see Templates section in book)
Order your copy of Modern Patchwork Home today to get the Bloom Selvedge Pillow pattern and more.