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Thread: Wedding pillow : my first gift

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    I made for my niece a wedding quilt:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-106209-1.htm, where I presented two pillows and two bedding quilts.
    Here I present, how I made this one (with photos).

    The cut-out hearts
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    Fixation with a zig-zag stitching on the edge of the pattern.
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    To join on the sandwich with a lace
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    Pearls of the intersection of ribbons
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    Layout of the sample
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    Weaving of the ribbon(on adhesive fusing, and ironing) and
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    Gorgeous. thanks for showing how to make it. You need to put it in the tutorial section where more will see it.

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    Beautiful!!

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    Beautiful!

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    Beautiful!!!!:):):)

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    Thanks! OK! I'll made...nearly...
    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle
    Gorgeous. thanks for showing how to make it. You need to put it in the tutorial section where more will see it.

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    Oh is that gorgeous. And thank you for the photos of the ribbon weaving.

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    I love your satin pillow. I have one question, once you cut the hearts out how did you keep it together before sewing?

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    I veawed it on a fusible web, and I ironed, then cut it...
    Quote Originally Posted by sonisew
    I love your satin pillow. I have one question, once you cut the hearts out how did you keep it together before sewing?

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    Here a link to see the tutorial(a nice ribbon-pillow!):

    http://www.craftster.org/forum/index...484#msg1054484
    I hope, you can see...


    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    I veawed it on a fusible web, and I ironed, then cut it...
    Quote Originally Posted by sonisew
    I love your satin pillow. I have one question, once you cut the hearts out how did you keep it together before sewing?

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