Amy Butler, Sewing Pattern, Little Daisy's Big Nap Pillow
This super fun giant flower pillow will have your favorite little one squealing with joy! And wait until they peek in the large Peek-A-Boo pocket & find the adorable silly spider living inside. The perfect combo for naps, story time, anytime a comfy cuddle pillow is needed. Little Daisy has a carrying handle and a removable cover for washing. It's easy to see why this big flower will become your tot's best spot, no matter where they're planted!
INTERFACING / NOTIONS NEEDED (for the Big Nap Pillow)
36” x 18” piece of batting - I use Nature-Fil™ Blend Quilt batting from Fairfield
5 (12 oz.) bags of fiberfill - I use Nature-Fil™ PLA Corn Fiberfill. This is an all-natural premium product from Fairfield.
3/4 yard of 5/8” wide hook & loop fastening tape
7/8 yard of 1” wide jumbo ric-rac trim or decorative ribbon
1 small spool of Button / Carpet thread - I use Coats brand
1 spool of coordinating all-purpose thread - I use my Premium Threads from Rowan
INTERFACING / NOTIONS NEEDED (for the Silly Spider Toy)
5” x 8” piece of fusible webbing - I use Wonder-Under® from Pellon®
1 (12 oz.) bag of fiberfill - I use Nature-fil™ PLA corn fiberfill. This is an all-natural premium product from Fairfield.
2 6” x 9” brown felt squares for the Spider’s boots and eyes
2 "Mother of pearl" buttons (3/8” diameter)
1 skein of (red) embroidery floss for his mouth
3 small spools of coordinating all-purpose thread to match the solid fabric, spots and brown felt - I use my Premium Threads from Rowan and Coats Dual Duty XP®
Scissors, Straight pins, Large safety pins, Pencil, Rotary cutter and mat, Iron and Ironing board, Pressing cloth, 24" quilting ruler, Chalk pencil, Hand sewing needle, Embroidery hand-sewing needle, 1 sheet of wax-free tracing paper (I use Prym-Dritz™), Turning tool (such as a closed pair of scissors)
Big Nap Pillow - 48" wide from petal to petal (30" diameter in center) x 8" thick
Silly Spider Toy - 7” wide across the body plus 5" legs x 3" thick
Care Instructions: To increase the longevity of your fabrics, hand-wash, or wash on a gentle cycle in cold water with like colors using a fragrance free, non-chlorinated detergent. Dry your fabric on a low/ medium cycle or line-dry.