Piping Hot Storage Caddy

Posted by Cath Quinlan

I love piping, I truly do.  But when I was asked to do a project for our Foot of the Month club I was stumped.  I started three different projects and abandoned two before settling on my Piping Hot Storage Caddy.
 

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My cushion project that you see below was my second project idea.  This was left for dead when I realized I needed to use a larger piping cord that wouldn’t work with the smaller piping foot I was trying to promote.  However, the concept of the piping feet is all the same, so I figured this blog was the perfect place to showcase the Welting Foot, P8205300-96.  Which is just a fancy name for the foot that takes a larger piping cord.  Now if you’re piping cord doesn’t fit this little beauty then head to the Grand Piping Foot, P8209770-96.  That little fella will cover all sizes that don’t fit the Welting foot.

However, if mini is your gig, use a rats tail piping and the Narrow Piping foot, P8209180-96, is for you.  That’s right, I said Rats tail Piping.  Strange name for a very fine piping that looks stunning in heirloom work and babies clothing.

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The cushion pictured is a quick 2 ½” strip (I used the GO! Strip 2” Finished – 2 ½” cut die, AQ55017 to cut – brilliant!) stitch and flip background on a pellon base.  I then used a wave ruler to cut twice resulting in three curved sections.  I used the scissors to cut through the layers and swapped over each side.

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One of the things that bamboozled me the most with this project was what colour to make the piping cord and have it stand out.  Hence the dark grey.  I can honestly say this colour scheme will not go in my house but I can’t go past the Alison Glass fabrics.  They just work so well together.

To create the piping for the curves I cut the fabric on the bias.  This is important to give the stretch as you stitch around each curve.  For this section I used the standard Piping foot, P8205320-96.

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To complete the cushion, I used a thicker cord and stepped up to the Welting Foot P8205300-96.  This was put around the outside of the cushion clipping into each corner to create a nice finish.

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I must admit to being quite happy with the finished project and look forward to making some more home décor that will match this cushion.

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To learn more about our wonderful Foot of the Month Club, check with your nearest retailer for classes today!

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