Cushions and Pillows
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Today we’re going to make a Petal Pillow. Its very easy, cost me under ten bucks, and took about half an hour to make. Plus it will add lots of summer color (is it summer yet?) to your house. First you’ll need: -a little over a 1/2 yard of fabric….19 inches to be exact.
Welcome to Positively Splendid! If you are new here, I invite you to subscribe to the RSS feed to ensure you never miss a post. I loved the concept, and I knew immediately that these would make great, easy-to-sew Christmas presents! Some of you might remember the DIY Painted Tile tutorial I shared earlier this year using the new line of Martha Stewart paint products. I have to say that after using these products for the last months, I love them even more today than I did at the start. They are so versatile!
Okay... so you know how you have an idea, but you're not really quite sure how you're going to execute it... well... THIS was one of those kids of projects. lol.
I used my happy stack to make this wonky zigzag pillow.
These are my favorite new pillows. They are fast and unbelievably easy to make…and I hope you love them as much as I do. I did my best to simplify the instructions/pattern so they are beginner friendly, and super fun to make.
There's one in every family. The helpful host/hostess who just won't rest – always rushing around to make sure everyone else is in tip-top shape. You know who I mean, don't you? This special holiday pillow is for that special holiday someone.
Perfectly Portable Cushion Tutorial by Autum
Using just one basic colour, a mix of textures and finishes produces an eye-catching, rich design By Jan Iles Photos by Alan Bennington
I was inspired by this picture ( Etsy ), that I saw in a magazine, and I thought that I probably needed to make something like that.
A horizontal pillow injects an interesting shape into the ordinary pile of pillows. This one features an envelope style opening on the front rather than the back, so we can show off a set of three beautiful cherry wood buttons. The buttons are not only fabulous, they are also keeping the pillow cover closed.
I am so excited to be here at U Create!
This year, we have a new series we've started with our friends at Free Spirit Fabrics. We call it: Artist Trios. In the coming months, you'll get the chance to 1) meet some fabulous Free Spirit designers, 2) try out a special project each will create just for Sew4Home, and 3) maybe win some of their gorgeous fabrics. Easy and fun as 1-2-3. Earlier this week, we introduced you to our debut Artist, Jenean Morrison.