I've written so many times about the love I have for my scrap bags. The bags of leftovers I kept from little clothing collections I made. Well, today I cracked open my Little Red Riding Hood stash! I had a cushion to make (I know - another cushion!) and the recipient is a little girl, so what better?
I kid you not, when I say that the entire cushion front is made from pieces out of this bag.....
I only had to break in to the substantial amount of yardage I have for the backing. And on that note - do you ever forget that you have some amazing fabrics on your shelves? I mean, seriously, I have nearly all the fabrics in this range - and at least a yard of each??? What the - - - - - - quilt incoming.......
I questioned whether to use the red in the design, however, some of my Instagram friends helped me out and said HELL YES! I'm so glad they did. Love. It.
LOVE this little toadstool print! Finished the back off with an enclosed zipper. And yes, you can see writing through the back here - I failed to realise that when I photographed it, the cushion I grabbed off the lounge to stuff inside would become visible! Whoops!
And a little close up of my first attempt at little flowers. Another free motion quilting experiment, that worked! I used ye old faithful Aurifil 50wt for quilting, because really, nothing else quite does the job like it!
I threw the design of this together myself, just cutting out the squares 4.5" and then all of the strips and borders are 2", which gave me an 18" finished cushion. Perfecto!
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