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Pillow Fight – Dot Dot Dot

Updated: Jun 24, 2021

Welcome to our Pillow Fight! A friendly little competition for making fun projects inspired by our new “Pillow Talk” book.

I am Edyta Sitar and I am looking forward to having some fun with this challenge!

Dot Dot Dot” is the pillow that I am going to use as the inspiration for my projects.

To start I choose some light squares for my backgrounds,

then mixed and matched all of my favorites – traditional and modern, batiks and woven. I was on a roll to use as many scraps as I could and my circle stash was growing.

Things were going great – even the scraps of the scraps pile was growing!

In no time I made enough circled for a pillow! For quick assembly, I borrowed one of my husband’s shirts for the backing. (sssshh – don’t tell him) Details of this technique can be found in the “Pillow Talk” book.

The results are so cute!

But I just had to keep going, so I followed the path a bit further. Where would this journey take me?

One circle at a time…

… I kept going!

It was not always easy, but I kept charging ahead being reminded by the circles along my path.

“I am a Maker” – I imagine, get inspired, and create!

As I reflect back, I was so glad that I took this journey, and went further than just the pillow

I shared the experience with my sweet daughter Anna, and even made a few new friends along the way.

In the end that is what I wish for you; Spend time with loved ones, create, and make friends during the New Year!

I would love to be a part of your quilting journey, subscribe to our YouTube channel for more inspiration.

You just never know where quilting will take you!

Happy Quilting Edyta

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Guest
Oct 04, 2023

How much fun is this! Use up scraps, and your placing of the circles makes the overall design just gorgeous....a true artist. Thanks for sharing this journey. It's inspiring!!

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Guest
Mar 09, 2023

What method did you use to attach the circles? Appliqué?

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May 23, 2023
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I would use the raw edge fusible method. I would go crazy trying to hand or machine applique each circle.. The quilting would help hold all dots to the background. Carol

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Guest
Jan 20, 2023

Thanks for your post!! What a fabulous idea to use up scraps In a very modern way. I’ll have to make my own.

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Guest
Jan 15, 2023

Just lovely.

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Guest
Jan 07, 2023

Apart from the misuse of the shirt

Very striking

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