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Pillows adding Texture

I just realized it’s been a while since I’ve posted pillows on the blog.  I’m really sorry if it has traumatized anyone. 🙂  I’ve been cranking out wallets, and design team projects, and never really found time to make more pillows.  Well, this week that all changed.  I have a couple of boutiques coming up (I think I’ve mentioned that before) and I’m busy bulking up my inventory.  When I first made my Wavy Ruffle Pillow, I made a bunch of them, but all in white.  I’ve been wanting to make one in a different color for a while but never took the time.

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I fixed that problem.

It’s glorious in gray.  But that’s just my opinion.

I also wanted to try the Pleated Ruffle Pillow in a solid color- to see if I would like it as a textural pillow instead of showcasing a line of prints.

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The emerald color was a stretch for me.  It’s not something I would normally pick.  I’m glad my sister was at Joann’s with me when I was buying the fabrics, it’s really a lovely pillow.

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While I was on a pillow kick- I had two more pillows that I had started a long time ago and finally finished them up.  I think this set would be gorgeous on a bed.  The pleated ruffle pillow was made using the Capri Collection from Adornit, and the shag pillow was inspired by this tutorial from V and Co.  although I modified it a little bit to have a shaggier look.

So now I need your help.  I bought several different solid colored fabrics- should I make Wavy Ruffle Pillows or Pleated Ruffle Pillows?  You know I trust your opinion.

xoxo,
Amy

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10 Comments

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    Ronda Batchelor
    March 8, 2013 at 2:49 pm

    Loving these pillows!! I'm really drawn to the gray wavy one!I so want to go make a pillow now!

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    Amy @ The Happy Scraps
    March 8, 2013 at 2:50 pm

    I really love the wavy ruffle pillows with the solid fabric.

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    Kristie
    March 8, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    Love the wavy in the gray.
    But that pleated is adorable in the green.
    But I think wavy would be more useful, the pleats seem more trendy to me.
    Or maybe just do some of both. Although I think people would look at the wavy and say, I can do that. And then look at the pleated and say, I should just buy that.
    Sorry, no help here. Either way both pillows are adorable. I would be happy to have either come live at my house. 🙂

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    Leanne
    March 8, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    Since I have both, I love both! You are the pillow queen. The ruffle is gorgeous in gray. Please stop tempting me!

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    Michele Pacey
    March 8, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    I think the wavy is so pretty and soft looking. but the pleated one is very sculptural which I also find appealing. if I HAD to choose, I think I'd go with the wavy.

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    Naturally Carol
    March 9, 2013 at 4:52 am

    If you have several solid colours I'd do some in both..variety is always good 'cos peoples tastes vary so much. All of those you've made look great.

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    Zain Zova
    March 10, 2013 at 4:52 am

    What a beautiful pillows those are!..I love both .. sure will try that pleated one in future..u got a fantastic blog..truely an inspiring..

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    Gwen @ Gwenny Penny
    March 13, 2013 at 1:36 am

    I've been going through pillow withdrawals 😉 The gray is glorious. Love it. I'd go wavy for the boutiques. That's my fave.

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    Karen @ Pieces of Contentment
    March 25, 2013 at 2:57 am

    Each of these looks great! The pleat one looks s little more formal. I guess it depends where you intend to place your pillows as to which design you make.

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    Karen @ Pieces of Contentment
    March 25, 2013 at 2:57 am

    Hard decision! I like all three. The pleat seems more formal. I guess it depends on where you wish to place them.

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