Image credit: FlexiFuse via YouTube
There is nothing more adorable and cuter than dogs! Their cute face just melts your heart in an instant and can easily lift your mood whenever you’re down. If you also love dogs as much as I do, then you’ll surely love this quilting project idea by FlexiFuse on YouTube. This adorable project is super easy to do because of the free pattern provided in this tutorial.
The first thing that you have to do is to download and print out the pattern, then start cutting out the pieces except for the layout guide, trace the pattern pieces on the fusible paper, and cut them out. Grab a bunch of scrap fabrics, then start picking out the colors that you want for each piece of the pattern, and start matching them. Once you’re done deciding on your fabrics, fuse the pattern pieces to the wrong side of each fabric, then press them for about 10 seconds using the highest heat setting, and set them aside. You can make as much of this pattern as you want.
Start cutting the fabric fused with the template pieces, then remove the paper at the back leaving only the glue on the wrong side of the fabric, and assemble the pieces on your background fabric. Use the layout guide to know where the pieces should be placed. Once you’re done assembling the pieces, give them a good press, then topstitch if you want, and you’re done! You can use this to make a whole quilt or sew this on a pillow, bag, or whatever you want.
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