How cute is this In The Hoop Seatbelt Pillow? It completes in a 5x7 embroidery hoop and uses a couple of 5 inch charm squares and 4 inches of Velcro. Perfect for Charity Sewing/Embroidery! This design was inspired by a sewing pattern I found on the internet a few years ago. I did a blog article about sewing with compassion and showed how you can deliver things to people going through a hard time in their lives. I really enjoyed seeing how they were so happy and decided I would digitize an embroidery design that could achieve the same result.
Here is the front and back view of my pillow. The design has roughly 1300 stitches and you will be able to finish one in just minutes. I used hem tape and my iron to close the opening where you need to turn the project but you can use a needle and thread. The filling is Polyfil and because it is a small project you don't use very much. In fact, this little project is perfect for cleaning out your stash of fabric, short pieces of Velcro and leftover Polyfil!
Here is another pillow with different fabric. I made several different types so there were choices when I delivered them. Now, where can these be used? Just think about your local Cancer Treatment Center, Children's Hospital and Retirement Communities to start. I bet police officers, firemen and delivery drivers would love one too. One more idea is to use them for kid's gifts. Do you have a classroom or birthday party coming up? Just use your imagination to share some comfort for people around you. The best part? This design is FREE! Just click on this link to go to my store, add the design to your cart and check out. You will need to enter your email address so it can email the link to you. From there, download and sew. While you are there, check out my other Free Designs and add them to your cart too! You will get Full color instructions in the download but I have a You Tube video you can watch that will take you through each step. I hope you have enjoyed this post, share what you learn and are generous with what you create Someone will appreciate your hard work!
Lagniappe Peddler believes that the process of working with our hands can be one of the best forms of healing the hurts in our lives and welcomes all who visit this safe little corner of the world.
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