Amy Butler Patterns : Oval Patchy Pillow
Patchwork modern style for a fresh take on decor! These cool and comfy pillows can be made up in a variety of coordinating prints or just one print for a subtle feel. With bonus projects to make square and rectangle pillows, you'll have plenty of patchworFabric Requirements: Allow extra yardage for matching or centering a design on your fabric.
You have 2 options for making the front of your pillow. You can either make a "patchwork" design using three coordinating prints or simply use one print.
The pillow can be made using 44 in wide quilting weight fabric OR 54 in wide mid-weight Home Dec fabric. Please check the charts below for the amount required for the style you're making.
Please enjoy the BONUS projects below! More is more when it comes to pillows.
You'll measure and mark directly onto your fabric for these two styles. Have fun and happy sewing! ~Amy
Notions: 4x4" scrap of fusible interfacing, 2 1/2" buttons to cover (two for square pillow, four for oval or rectangle pillow), thread
For the Oval Pillow only: 2 (12 oz.) bags of fiberfill
For the Square and Rectangle Pillows:
24 x 24 in pillow form for the Square Pillow
28 x 14" pillow form for the Rectangle Pillow
TOOLS NEEDED (for all projects)
Scissors, Ruler, Straight pins, Hand sewing needle, Thread wax, Transparent tape, 1 sheet
of wax-free tracing paper from Prym-Dritz, Iron and Ironing board, 5" Upholstery hand sewing needle, Chalk pencil, Rotary cutter and mat, Pressing cloth
- 30 in wide x 16 in tall x 4 in thick
- 23 in square x 3" thick
- 26 in wide x 14 in tall x 4 in thick