Quillows have been featured in previous posts, but most were of polar fleece. I find quillow projects to be universally useful and always fun to make.
Recently, while plundering through my Liberty of London scraps, I was reminded of this little quillow. It is currently among the missing and presumed to be residing in the depths of one of my grandchildren’s dressers. An all-points-bulletin has been issued and I hope soon to have news of its whereabouts.
Some time ago, it was featured in an article I wrote for Creative Needle magazine. All of the photos and parts of that article are included in this post.
A uniquely contemporary version of the Great American Quilt, a quillow is a small quilt which folds up into its own pocket to create a pillow. One of simple design, such as a whole cloth with no piecing, can be made in as little as three hours.