* New bedroom pillow

Posted on May 30th, 2007 by becket. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


Hi -Becket here again. I thought my bed was looking a little boring and needed a little something extra. I already had two lovely pillows from Crate and Barrel that we received as wedding gifts, but I wanted to create another pillow that would coordinate with them and bring in some different colors. The main colors of my bedroom are brown and green – so I really wanted them to be the dominant colors in the pillow.

I kind of like the way it turned out. I used a combination of new and vintage fabrics and I’m especially fond of the little pink flowers in the corner. Hope you think so too!

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4 Responses to “New bedroom pillow”

  1. Abby Says:

    Cute pillow! I love the fabric.

  2. Michele Says:

    I *heart* green and brown. Those are the colors I have in my living room and in my bathroom.

    (Your pillow is super-cute btw! ;) )

  3. janet clare Says:

    Thought I’d comment after my first very enjoyable visit! Cushions look lovely, and the bag and the skirts…

  4. Quirk Says:

    The pillow is fabulous! I would buy it in a heartbeat–the colors are perfect together and compliment your others! Great job!!! :)

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