For this project you'll need...
12 to 16 charm squares
First I took my charm squares and sewed them into a patch work.
Then I cut the pieces charms into two strips, one 2" and 3" by the length of the charm strip.
Then I flipped one of the strips around and sewed them back together. Using fork pins to keep my seams nested nicely.
Once I sewed all my strips together to the size of pillow I wanted I placed my patch work on to my fusible fleece and pressed.
Once things were fused nicely I quilted the top with some cross-hatch action! I marked my fabric with an x so then I could just use my walking-foot guide to space my quilting.
After it was all quilted I began playing with my embellishments. I free-handed a bunny on some steam a seam and pressed in onto a scrap of wool. Once it was fused nicely I blanket stitched around the bunny with some coordinating floss and made a french knot for an eye.
Lastly I made some flowers with scraps, by cutting some petals stitching them together and then attaching them to the bunny. I added some beads to finish them off.
Finally all there is left to do is square up your pillow top with your backing fabric, sew, and stuff!
I stitched around my pillow to close up the hole and create an edge to the pillow and then you're done!
Hope you give one a try! Have a wonderful and blessed Easter!
Happy stitching and may your bobbin always be full!