- 10 fat quarters (I chose that many because I wanted the variety of prints, but you could use as few or as many as you want.)
- one regular 1/4 of a yard for the pillow side (I used Essential Ovals Elements Mustard)
- two 6″ squares of solid (I used Pure Elements Honey)
- pillow stuffing
- one Dresden wedge ruler
If you are using 10 different prints, cut a 7″ x 9 1/2″ rectangle of each print. Use the Dresden Wedge ruler to cut 4 wedges 7″ long from each print. You will need a total of 40 wedges for this project.
After sewing pairs together, sew four of the sets into groups of four, and then into two groups of 10 wedges. Sew the final two halves together to create the Dresden circle. Repeat the process to create a coordinating back.
And finally, some out-takes from the pillow photo-shoot last week before I left. My trusty assistant wanted to show-off his Vanna White skills. They may be goofballs, but they’re MY goofballs and I’m so happy to be home with them.