Those look like they'd be fun to make... and to look at, as well. :) Someday I must might.....MumP.S. You'd better call 'em fat quarters. There's a difference. ;)
Oops! 'just' might. :) Or maybe I 'must'!!??Mum
Maybe you must! I got my wording from the original post where they mentioned quarter yards. But I'll change it.
Oh... I got my wording from the materials list. I didn't read that introduction part. :)Mum
Well, fat quarter is more precise anyhow.
Ha! And now I read the title of the post... "Fat Quarter February". I do a lot of things backwards. But so do you. ;)I'll shut up now.Mum
I don't know what mean you.
Please don't call me mean.
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Cool! I'll have to pin that. I've been thinking of making pillows lately...
Super cute idea! And I love the fun and funky look the hexagon shape gives to the pillows. Thanks for sharing! =)
I just love these pillows and told my daughter who sews that I need them for Mothers Day LOL
You definitely do.
Thanks so much for featuring my pillows, Jessica!Heh! I can't help chiming in on the whole "quarter yard" vs. "fat quarter" thing... the whole shebang was designed around fat quarters. I'm not sure why, but my editor changed the reference in the intro to "quarter yards." But I made 'em from fats. :-)
Then it's official. Thanks, Sister!
These are super cute and look like something I could sew without pulling my hair out. My husband says we don't need more pillows on the couch, but I disagree...
These are awesome! I am not much of a sewer, but these may convert me. :)Trishwww.jellybonesblog.blogspot.com
love these, and love spoonflower!
These look fantastic! Bookmarked the page for later. Moving soon and there will be a new house to decorate.
Thanks for this! :D
Would love see my own designs in pillows. These are simply gorgeous!
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