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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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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci
    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).
    beautiful!

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    Stunning

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    That is really beautiful. Thank you for the link and tutorial.

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    OMG !! That is gorgeous!!! Thanks for the tutorial, as well.

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    How pretty....Thanks for the information on how to make one. This will be my next project...

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    Beautiful

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    That is just beautiful. Thanks so much for the tutorial

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    Beautiful and your technique is great. Can you purchase all your quilting supplies in your country???
    Thanks for sharing, Kutnso

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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan
    Oh is that gorgeous. And thank you for the photos of the ribbon weaving.
    Sooooooooooooooo elegant

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    Beautiful, thank you for showing us how

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    I love your pillow ! It is absolutely beautiful.

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    Your pillow is beautiful (as is your quilt). Thank you for the tutorial.

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    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?

    Thank you! Thanks for the tutorial.

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    This is absolutely gorgeous.

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    I love your pillow!! My computer wouldn't let me open the link for the quilt..I hate it when that happens!! Thanks so much for the tutorial! Did you glue the pearls? Just so beautiful, I will have to give this a try!

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