|4 Charms (Mine are 6"x6", but 5"x5" work just fine for this)|
|This is the background fabric, cut into quarters (3"x3" or 2.5"x2.5" depending on the starting size of your charm)|
|The fabric that will be the "edge" of the window, trim to 1/2" smaller (5.5" or 4.5" square)|
|Fold in half, wrong sides together|
|Sandwich the background quarters on each end of the folded "edge" fabric the folded end of the "edge" fabric should be 1/4" from the edge of the outer fabric.|
|Stitch each end|
|Unfold. You have now basically created a double ended one seam flying geese.|
|Fold the square in half and stitch the back seam together|
|Voila! Now go press the block.|
|Top stitch or hand stitch the folded fabric down|
|The top is complete!|
|Trim the back charm 1/2" in each direction (5.5" or 4.5" square). Right sides together, sew around the square leaving approx. 1.5" space so that you can turn it right sides out.|
|Stuff! You can use batting (I used wool batting scraps), ground walnut shells, bird gravel, saw dust - amazing what you will find if you Google it.|
|Stitch the opening closed, add pins! A Charming Gothic Pin Cushion.|
I'm linking up with the wonderful Melissa at Happy Quilting for Try New Things (TNT) Thursday.
Color Me Quilty!