Pillows – Lots and lots of Pillows!

Happy April!  We’re so excited that spring is finally starting to appear around here.  It’s been a long winter and we haven’t written in awhile!  Although I’m still painting and refinishing vintage finds at my local thrift stores, I’ve been interested in softer items lately. Most recently, in the shop, pillows have been my main focus.  Pillows are one of the fastest and easiest ways to create a new look in your space.  It truly is amazing what a little fabric can do to the décor of your home!  Spring is the perfect time to add that fresh touch to your living space.

Capparis Design for Kravet
Dwell Studio – Gray and White Circles
Waverly – Olana Design
Modern Zig Zag Design Throw Pillow
HGTV Home – Curl Up Design
Robert Allen Designs – Leaf Block Design

One of my favorite spots in the fabric store is the ‘remnant’ bins.  Although it takes a little time to dig through, there are so many great designs hiding in this spot in the store! Since some of the fabric in these bins are limited I decided to start making pillow covers with them.  Some of my pillow covers will be ‘one of a kind’ designs – as the fabric can be very limited.  Here’s a peek at a few of my ‘newest’ pillow covers.

I love the designs in each of these fabrics.  One of the first ones that popped out at me was the orange ‘capparis’ design pillow.  This 100% linen fabric is so soft to the touch and the pattern really grabbed my attention.  I’m also loving the blues and grays in the other pillows.

Now that the weather is finally warming up, I’m excited to search from some great outdoor fabric to add some porch pillows to my collection!  Check back soon for more new creations!

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