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Patchwork Pillow Tutorial

 If you cut out the details of the same size as in the tutorial, you will get a pillow with a diameter of 30 cm with a side height of 8 cm.
Patchwork Pillow Tutorial



 MATERIALS AND TOOLS

    Multi-colored fabric patches for front and back cushions
    Fabric for a side (10 cm with a width of 110 cm)
    Fabric for bias binding (total length of bake about 200 cm)
    Lining fabric (about 45cm with a width of 110cm)
    Volume flizelin Vlieseline 277 or synthetic winterizer
    Zipper "spiral" with a length of more than 32cm
    Scissors
    Ruler
    Pattern Paper
    Flushable or vanishing fabric marker
    Pins
    Needle and thread
    Sewing machine
    Inner cushion or filler

Grind all parts with identical seam allowances 1cm!


1. Build a pattern. To do this, draw a circle with a diameter of 30 cm on a sheet of paper. Cut, fold thrice in half. Deploy. Fold lines divided the circle into 8 sectors. Cut one of the sectors between the fold lines and use as a pattern.

Attach the pattern to the flap of fabric on the wrong side, with the lobe thread located in the direction of the blue arrow. Circle pattern. Cut the part by adding 1 cm from the circled contour from all sides. Similarly prepare seven more parts for the front side of the pillow.

Fold the two sides together and sew. In this case, from the side of the corner, finish the line exactly on the border of the circled pattern (red arrow).

 2. Stitch the remaining three pairs in the same way.
 3. Fold two pairs of faces together and stitch. At the same time, from the side of the corners, finish the line at exactly the same point as in step No. 1.
 4. Allow for seams.
 5. Cut the protruding corners of the seam allowances.
 6. Repeat steps 3-5, stitching the remaining two pairs in a semicircle.
 7. Fold the halves of the circle face up to each other and stitch. Allow for seams.
 8. According to the size of the round detail (diameter = 32 cm), cut out the detail of the lining and the detail from the bulk non-woven fabric (synthetic winterizer). Fold the lining detail (with the seamy side up), the detail from bulk non-woven fabric and the detail from the main fabric. Split pins.
 9. Pry off the workpiece from the front side along the seams of grinding sectors. Balance parts if necessary (trim the protruding filler and lining).
 10. For the back side of the pillow, carve out eight different-colored sectors and shoot the sectors with each other in the same way as steps 1-6.

According to the size of each semicircular part, cut out the details of the lining and details of the bulk non-woven fabric (synthetic winterizer). Lining details set aside. Fold the parts for the front side with the details of the bulk of non-woven and pin with pins.

 11. Fold the halves of the circle face up to each other and stitch, paving the notched line (for the notched line, increase the stitch length to 5 mm). Allow for seams allow, cut off excess filler in allowances.
 12. Put the zipper on the seam, face down and tint with diagonal stitches by hand.
 13. Stitch a zipper on the front side, using a special foot for attaching a zipper. Both notched lines, and manual, and machine, spread. Tighten and cut the zipper, if necessary - the zipper should not protrude beyond the circle.
 14. On both parts of the lining on the right sides, press onto the seam side of the seam allowances of 1 cm. Place the lining details on the back of the cushion blank, pin and sew hand-made stitches to the zipper brackets with the stitches exactly in the seams of the zipper attachment.
 15. Pry off the blank from the front side along the seams for grinding sectors, ending the line at the intersection of the stitches for attaching the zipper. Balance parts if necessary (trim the protruding filler and lining).
 16. For the side of the main fabric, fabric for the lining and bulk non-woven fabric, cut out a strip of fabric 96 cm long, 10 cm wide (the main fabric is used as the lining at this stage). Fold a piece of bulk non-woven fabric with a piece of basic fabric. Stitch the resulting double-layered part into the ring. Stitch the lining detail into the ring. Allow for seams on both parts.
 17. Insert the ring of lining fabric into the ring of the main fabric and non-woven fabric with the wrong sides to each other, aligning the seams. Connect with a pin and lay the notched stitches on both cuts of the ring at a distance of 1 cm from the edge.
 18. Cut the ring in both cuts, not reaching a few millimeters before the notched lines laid at the previous stage. Position the notches at a distance of about 1.5-2cm from each other.
 19. Fold the side of the pillow in half and mark the places of the folds. Fold in half again and mark the folds again. There should be 4 marks on both sections of the ring.
 20. Align the marks on the side of the pillow with every other seam of the grinding sectors on one of the round parts and connect with pins. Details are composed of the wrong sides to each other.
 21. Evenly distributing the fabric, pin the areas of the side of the pillow between the marks. Sew the side to the round part manually, remove the pins.

 22. For a sideway (at an angle of 45 degrees to the fractional thread), cut out strips of cloth 4.5 cm wide. Stitch the strip at a 45 degree angle. The total length of the bias binding should be about 200cm. Allow for seams.
 23. Apply a bias binding face to the front side of the round part, aligning the cuts and pin.
 24. Connect the ends of the bias binding at an angle.
 25. Sew on the bias binding at a distance of 1 cm from the edge.
 6. Wrap the bias binding around the cut, tuck in and sew a secret stitch into the seam. Sew the bias binding joint (step # 24) by hand with a hidden stitch.
 27. Repeat steps # 20-26 for the second side of the pillow. Iron out, insert the inner cushion or place a bulking filler.

Congratulations, the work is finished!


Author: vechernie-posidelki.blogspot.com


1 comment:

  1. genial, me encanta lo fácil que uds lo demuestran, felicitaciones y gracias muchas gracias por compartir,

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