Make a fun quilt that can be old fashioned or funky, you decide! In homespuns, ginghams and vintage prints, yo-yos can look country or shabby-chic. In fun novelty prints or bold colors, they can create a mod spotty-dotty look. No special equipment needed!* Shown below is a table runner made with a gradient rainbow pattern of yo-yos.
*No offense to those who use yo-yo makers but I simply see no point to them. Sewing yo-yos by hand is so simple, I can't imagine it being made any easier!
Step 1: What you'll need
Pen for tracing-air-soluble markers work very well, but a regular pen will work on everything but the lightest fabrics.
Template (An old CD works great or a cardboard circle cut to your choice of diameters depending on the size yo-yo you want to make.)
Fabric-yo-yos are a great way to use up scraps!
Thread-regular cotton or cotton blend thread to match fabrics or mono filament for invisible stitches
Needle-for hand sewing