No, I didn't make this pillow quickly today. I actually finished it last month; I just forgot to show it. All 144 squares (1.5 inch finished) came from my scrap bin and provided some much needed therapeutic sewing during the holidays.
I quilted it simply with a crosshatch through every other squares and added a zipper closure using my favorite method. Here you an see what it looks like then you use matching fabric for the flap, rather than contrasting as I did with my last pillow.
I bound the edges like a quilt. A thin binding strip looks a lot like piping and frames the pillow nicely. This quilted cover fits an 18 inch pillow form.
You can find it in my etsy shop .
Here is a quick look back at some of my favorite projects from 2012. Here's to lots of fun sewing in 2013!
1. Herringbone Baby Quilt, 2. birdie sling, 3. Scrappy Bibs, 4. Feathered Nests Quilt, 5. Brrr! Quilt and Pillow, 6. granny squares baby quilt, 7. Furrows, 8. ipad cover, take 2, 9. Flashdance, 10. Ruffled Wristlets, 11. Trellis Quilt, 12. Atomic Quilt, 13. yellow and gray pinwheel, 14. Raindrops Quilt, 15. paper boat mini, 16. Links, 17. Snapshots Quilt, 18. super sized granny square quilt, 19. MQG pincushion swap, 20. Supersized Flashdance Quilt, closeup, 21. Tallahassee Anna Pillow, 22. Pleated Liberty Frame Purse, 23. Table Runner, 24. Quarter Log Cabin Quilt, 25. wholecloth quilt