Finished design size ~ 5 ½” diameter
A small project for your sewing space or for giving as a gift. This decorative and functional piece combines a
great variety of techniques including patchwork, quilting, fabric ruching, embroidery and dimensional work.
Discover how easy it is to make double-sided fabric and use it to create dimensional roses, semi-detached
leaves and a raw edged, embroidered tag.
Dimensional roses can be made with any light weight fabric and can be added to a wide variety of projects.
Attach them to a headband, cushion, quilt, embroidery panel and more.
REQUIREMENTS AS LISTED ON THE PATTERN COVER
Off White/Cream Fabric – a Fat Eighth – for patchwork top of pincushion, base and tag
Pink Fabric – 5″ x 16″ – for dimensional roses
Large Floral Print – 3″ x width of fabric – for ruched (gathered) side of pincushion
Small Floral Print – 2″ x width of fabric – patchwork top of pincushion
1st Green Fabric – 2 ½” x 5″ – leaves
2nd Green Fabric (slightly lighter than the 1st) – 2 ½” x 5″ – leaves
Threads and notions required
Fusible Webbing – 15cm x 90cm width (6″ x 35″ width) – roses, leaves & tag
Fusible Stabiliser – 3″ x 4″ – for tag embroidery
Thin Fusible Pellon – 6″ square – for backing quilted patchwork top
Freezer Paper – 3″ square – for leaves
Toy Filling – for stuffing pincushion
A very fine Fabric Marker and An Erasable Fabric Marker
An Applique Glue Pen
Stranded Embroidery Cotton (my chosen threads listed in brackets)
– 1 skein to match your Pink Fabric (I used DMC 3354)
– 1 skein for leaf veins on your Green Fabrics and tie on tag (I used DMC 3012)
– 1 skein variegated thread for embroidery of the tag
(I used Cottage Garden Threads – 605 Cherry Blossom)
Sharp Embroidery scissors – for cutting out double-sided fabric shapes
General sewing supplies