I’ll admit that this week has been insane. Birthday celebrations, graduations (preschool and kindergarten), cub scouts, lots of driving from here to there.
But, there’s also been a lot of fun- seeing friends for the first time in years, lots of fabric buying and late night laughs with friends.
It means that I didn’t get to today’s project until, well, today. But, instead of giving up on it, I went ahead and pushed through. And, I’m so happy I did.
I had an idea of what I wanted this pillow to be, but I wasn’t sure how I would get it to come together. Then, I went shopping at my local quilt shop and saw these fun polka dot fabrics and they were just what I was looking for.
I used wonder under to fuse the “ribbons” to the front fabric, then added a layer of batting and muslin and quilted around them. I love the extra bit of dimension the loft of batting creates.
I’m working on more pillows for our sofa, to add a punch of color to our family room, but for now, I think it looks perfect paired with this yellow shag pillow.
And now I have to just comment on Gwen’s project. When I opened the picture I was floored. It’s gorgeous, don’t you think? I LOVE the quilting she used on it. I am always amazed at how rows of stitching can change the whole feel of a project and these straight lines on the angle are just what this quilt needs. To see more details, head over to her blog.
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