mandy munroe

stitching, quilting, fabric, projects

Guest Blog Pillow

I was very excited to be asked to write another guest blog post for Timeless Treasures (see previous post here). I chose these pretty fabrics from their Birdsong collection to make a summery pillow.

BirdsongfabricTTmm

Anyone who knows me well will know that I usually have a carefree approach to directional prints. I’m happy to add them in and let them turn about randomly. This time I decided it was important to tame them and spent a little more time placing the pieces. The resulting pillow has a fresh yet vintage feel and you can find the tutorial here 🙂

PillowBirdsong

 

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4 comments on “Guest Blog Pillow

  1. The fabrics are beautiful. The cushion is so soft and pretty. x

  2. Chris @madebyChrissieD
    July 9, 2015

    Beautiful Mandy, heading over to have a read of your post now – Chris 😀

  3. tialys
    July 9, 2015

    Thanks Mandy – I’ve pinned your tutorial for when I get a spare moment.

  4. rosemaylily2014
    July 10, 2015

    What gorgeous colours you chose – the cushion is so pretty! 🙂

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