The Free Motion Quilting Project: Cylindrical Piecing? Adventures in Quilting Upholstery

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Cylindrical Piecing? Adventures in Quilting Upholstery

Yesterday I shared a tutorial on curved seam piecing and it must have gone to my head! For some reason I thought it would be a snap to piece a quilted slipcover for this cylindrical foam footstool:


Um...no. This is like curved seam piecing on crack. Plus it needs a zipper so I can occasionally (never) take the cover off the wash it (ha ha, yeah right!) or just to change out covers for different seasons (that's more like it).

At least my first try ended up being too big rather than too small:


Too big is better because I can slip this back off and take a rotary cutter to it and try again without having the cut it out all over again.

So that's what's on my table and machine today! How about you? Made any awesome mistakes today? Epic disasters? That's all part of the fun!

Let's go quilt,

Leah Day

1 comment:

  1. hahahha Love that you posted a near miss.
    This is kind of along the lines that the Mr. wants a seat cover for his tractor. Really?
    I am no where near your curved piecing prowess.

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