Mosaic Rose

Mosaic Rose - made with fusible applique

I recently completed this cushion, (finished with the magic of an invisible zip) which is a fusible applique version of a cushion I made a few years ago with Needle-Turn Applique.

Original Mosaic Rose

The original cushion that I made (back in June 2010) looks like this.  You can see that one method, (fusible) ends up being a mirror image of the other, (needle-turn).

Close Up of the Needle-Turn Applique on Mosaic Rose

Here is a close up of the needle-turn applique.  This cushion was inspired by a really interesting cushion that I saw online, called the Orimono Pillow, available from anthropologie.  I really wanted the spaces between the applique to look like grout between tiles.

Mosaic Rose - pattern by Matching Pegs

I’m really happy with this incarnation of it.  Come December, you will be able to try your hand at making one too, either in needle-turn applique or fusible applique, when the pattern is released as “Mosaic Rose”.

Needle-turn applique is a skilll that requires a little practice, but it is very rewarding.  If you enjoy sewing the binding onto your quilts, then chances are that you would enjoy needle-turn, because the action is very similar.

Have you tried it before? What did you think?

PS.Thanks for the compliments on the blog make-over. I can now reply to you in the comments, so check back later if you ask me a question.

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