This modern pojagi window hanging is part of The Four Season Collection. Each hanging is 24″ square and has a motif to represent a season.
The Fall Window Hanging is a single maple leaf, which can be made in a variety of colours to represent the leaves of fall.
Instructions in this pattern include full instructions with lots of colour images. It uses reversible patchwork seams so that there is no batting or backing. Raw edges are hidden in the seams which give it a stained-glass look in a window.
Even if you’ve never tried the technique before, if you follow the steps carefully you can do it. HERE is a tutorial with video for the seam technique.
Construction and piecing is simplified with the use of basic shapes and trimming.
You can get this pattern in my shop or at Etsy.
Want to make it with others?
Join the O Canada Sew-Along to make the window hanging for Canada Day
Elizabeth DeCroos is the designer and teacher at Epida Studio. She loves to work in quilting, pojagi and embroidery and teach these techniques to others.
Learn more and get her to speak to your group.