Cut six 4 x 4 fabric squares, three in one color and three in another color. My 4 x 4 square ruler comes in handy.
Six cut pieces of fabric and one 4 x 4 Warm and Natural batting. I also use some craft glue instead of pins to keep the pieces in place.
Iron flat on the diagonal (triangle shape) four pieces, two in one color, two in the other.
Lay one square piece right side down and then lay the cotton batting on top. I put a dab of glue around the corners and one dab in the middle.
Put the last square right side up on top of batting.When turned inside out, this will be the back.
I dab a little bit of glue on the three corners.
Alternating colors, place another triangle piece with the perpendicular corner facing lower right side. You can press the glued corners on this one.
This would be the third triangle with the perpendicular corner facing upper right side.
Last triangle start to put in place with the perpendicular corner facing upper left, but part of it has to go under the first piece of triangle fabric.
Fold part of the first triangle back and lay half of the fourth triangle underneath it.
Lay the last triangle piece so the corners match the edges.
Take to sewing machine and sew 1/4 inch all around. This is turned in the middle so all sides get stitched down.
Clip corners and grade down leading to corners, careful not to clip stitching.
Use your favorite tool to get the corners out as much as possible. I can't get mine all the way out. Just too many layers in there.
I like to give it a light press to make it look nice after the stress of turning.
This how the back looks.
Open the middle and wrangle a wine glass in it.
Oh my Goodness, such hams! I'd like to say a cheer to photo-bombing toddlers who are always reminding me to not take myself so seriously.