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Hedgehog QuiltsNeck Nap Roll(9” x 20”)
Lie back, relax and enjoy some quiet time with this lovely neck roll/ bolster pillow made with Amy Butler’s Dreamweaver fabrics. The pattern contains the paper-piecing template for the flying geese blocks and clear instructions for my favorite method of paper-piecing. Our step -by-step illustrations will help you create the perfect bolster pillow for a bed or chair. The body of the pillow is layered and quilted, using muslin and batting. A simple hook & loop closure keeps the pillow tight but allows easy removal for laundering. HhQ7411




Hedgehog QuiltsChevron Chenille Rug
(20” x 29”)
Create another layer of texture for your room with this cushy chenille rug. You’ll use the quilting techniques you already know and love. . . no tricky sewing  secrets involved. We layered our fabric (matching the stripes) and stitched the lines for the chenille. Then we cut and sewed the three segments to create the chevron effect. We layered the rug with batting, quilted through all the layers for extra cushioning and added the final border and backing. Finally, we tossed the rug into the washer and dryer to fluff up the chenille.






Trimmed Chenille Rug (22” x 40”)
Pamper your feet with this cushy chenille rug, designed to complement your room’s decor. You will use the quilting techniques you already know and love...no tricky sewing  secrets involved. I do recommend paper-piecing for the flying geese. It’s speedy and the paper supports the bias edges. If you prefer the traditional method, transfer the markings from the paper-piecing sheet onto your rectangles and sew the blocks in the traditional manner. Our step -by-step instructions will show you how to create the chenille and accent strip. Then you will layer it with batting and backing and quilt it for a thick, soft finish. Once the binding is added, you toss the rug into the washer and dryer to fluff up the chenille. Rated as beginner friendly, the pattern contains easy-to-read graphics.




Hedgehog QuiltsButterfly Patch Ottoman (18” x 24” x 16”)
Make this fun, soft ottoman to accent any room! We quilted all the parts (Butterfly Garden fabrics by Dena Designs for Free Spirit) and then assembled the ottoman, binding the top and bottom in the fun stripe on the bias. We added velcro to one long and one short side of the bottom, making it easy to add the filling. You can store blankets, sheets and even extra pillows inside this roomy rectangle. We chose to fill ours with upholstery foam for a more constructed look.




Market Day Bag (11½” x 11½” x 9”)
Another Fat Quarter friendly project, everything about this reusable, washable shopping bag has been engineered to be lightweight and convenient. Put your wallet and phone in the inside zippered pocket, clip your keys to the swivel snap and you are ready to shop. More stylish than most utilitarian bags, the lining gives it a finished look. It’s fun to make and even the zipper pocket is easy. HhQ7343




“Picture This” Fat Quarter Notebook Wrap (for 5” x 7” spiral notebook)
Carry your daily notebook with a favorite photo to inspire, motivate, or just make you smile! All the best organizers tell you to carry a notebook with you to jot down dates, phone numbers and reminders throughout your day. My notebook always had photos tucked in the back. Now the simple vinyl pocket holds a 4” x 6” photo on the outside. These make terrific gifts for moms, grandmas, teachers and friends. It’s a great 5” charm square project, too. Just sew charms together for the outside cover. Formula included calculating a cover for any size spiral notebook. HhQ7337




“Quilted Brag Book” Kit (for 4” x 6” photos) Update!
You’ve got bragging rights . . . quilts, kids, grandkids or pets. Carry this great quilted accessory and show off those pictures! This pattern kit contains the vinyl for the pocket and a mini photo album that holds 4” x 6” pictures. Choose a fat quarter for the wrap and another for the binding. This is also a great charm square project. Only 6 charms needed to piece the outside cover. Pattern includes a formula to calculate a cover for any size album. HhQ7338




Quilter’s Briefcase  Update!
Standard Size: 13 1/2” x 17 1/2” x 3 1/2”
Roomy Size: 13 1/2” x 17 1/2” x 5 1/2”
Case for Notebook PC: 15” x 12” x 2”
Even the “Tote Queen” needs a real briefcase! Keep your files and all your business needs at hand. There are pockets for files, pens and more. The center divider holds papers flat and the larger size has room for your notebook pc. Once you get everything arranged, it can stay right where it is! The inside shell is removable as one unit. The outside shell can be changed for the seasons and features an easy-open zippered closure for security. Includes pattern for briefcase in 2 sizes, removable padded shoulder strap and protective padded pc case. #HhQ7322




Class Pressing Spot with Hot Iron Tote (6” x 9” x 12” high)
Make your personal pressing spot to carry along to classes, club meetings and retreats. The board (9"  19") reverses to the silver Teflon coated "Quilted Iron Quick" fabric. The same fabric lines the iron tote to insulate your hot iron for the trip home. There is even a pocket to keep the cord away from the hot iron. Pack up and go without waiting for your iron to cool!   #HhQ7313




Wrap It to Go
This is not your grade school book cover! If you carry it with you, you can wrap it up. Those beautiful fabrics can be a part of your everyday life. Just quilt up a cover for your dayplanner, your journal, your sketchbook, even your bible. Choose a fun fabric, add a 3 or 5 subject notebook (5 Star from Mead is my favorite) and a matching pen for a unique and affordable gift. #HhQ7307




Take it to Class Tote (17” wide x 16” high x 8” deep) Update!
Now you can carry your class supplies in one pretty bag. This tote has padded shoulder straps and wooden dowel handles to use for those heavier projects. The outside pocket allows you to pack your rulers without interfering with the handles. The bottom is stabilized with a covered fabric bolt. I've included a bonus pattern for an Ott Light Tote (5” wide x 15” high by 4” deep) to protect your tabletop light for the trip. #HhQ7303




The Press Express Oversize Pressing Surface Update!
This large pressing surface is perfect for ironing yard goods, finished blocks and quilt tops. Press-Express fits over a standard sized ironing board and can be set up and removed easily. It provides a stable 22" x 59" flat padded surface to speed all your pressing needs. If you do a lot of sewing, this is one "gotta-have-it" gadget! With the Press-Express Plans, you can make this board yourself for less than $30 . . . including the cost of the plans! If you, or someone you know, have a few basic wood working skills and tools, this board can be made in an afternoon. The pattern includes a material list for everything you'll need to make the complete Press-Express surface; board, padding and cover. Everything is readily available at home improvement centers and your favorite fabric shop. The plans include step by step instructions on constructing the board and making the cover.



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