Mister Domestic Bow Ties Pillow

After I stitched my two versions of the Mister Domestic Bow Ties pattern for the National Quilt Museum Block of the Month, I knew exactly what I was going to do with each. Version 1 I’m totally going to make a full quilt using my hybrid EPP sewing. And Version 2 was going to become this 16″ x 16″ pillow. To turn this 10″ x 10″ EPP block into a 16″ square, I first needed to take out the papers and press it into a 10.5″ x 10.5″ inch paper0-free block. Then I added a 3.5″ border around the block. Easy peasy pudding pie. Then I got my quilt on using 50 wt Blue Gray Aurifil at 1/8″ to either side of the main seams, which has become my new go-to with square quilt piecing.

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And this is where I’d show pictures of the back and the invisible zipper that I sewed in the bottom seam, but I used some of my Loved to Pieces fabric and I’m not previewing that yet so I’m skipping straight to the end. Oooh la la and yaaaaay!

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Here are some of the supplies that I used:


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