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I've been making a few cushion covers...
Did I show you this one?
This is Amy Butler's Trumpet Flower in Pink from her Love home decor fabric range. I've made the back out of Sunspots in Grass.
I've also made another out Vine in Ivory which is part of the Leanika fabric collection by Dena Designs. I made the back out of Ticking in blue.
So, together with the one I made out of Paradise Gardens I'm getting to have quite a pile of cushions.
What do you think?
Posted at 01:53 PM in Fabric, Sewing | Permalink
Julia your cushions are gorgeous. You always make such great things with your fabrics - very inspiring which is as it should be. :D
I wanted to let you know that I've tagged you in my latest blog post.. Do pop round if you feel like taking part.
Ali at Very Berry |
October 19, 2010 at 07:40 PM
These cushions are lovely!! I like them all and this is a great way to show off the fabrics and how they could be used.
The longer I look the more I like the bottom purole one.
Andrea - Indigo Blue |
October 12, 2010 at 11:48 PM
Hi Andrea, These are really for people who are just learning to sew, to show them that you can create quite an impact in your home with just being able to sew a few straight lines... Drop by soon and I'll show you something to use your 'scraps' with. (Do patchworkers have scraps? :) )
Julia York |
October 08, 2010 at 09:27 AM
These are really cute, but I'd love to see something a little more creative, like creating patchwork pillows, cushions, etc. out of the scraps of leftover fabric. I personally love making little accessories, like flower barettes with my left over bits.
Andrea T. |
October 07, 2010 at 08:48 PM
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