Spring Fabric made into Pillows

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For those of you who guessed pillows you were right….
I used all the Spring fabric to make some new pillow slipcovers.
 I really wanted something that was bright and cheery for Spring, so I cut the fabric into different lengths and shapes and started sewing.
 The pillows sure did brighten up the space.

 I purchased all the ducking material at JoAnn’s and used several coupons and brought down my order to around $20.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Love those springy pillows…so strange saying spring since it is raining…but they say sunshine…

  2. says

    Such pretty pillows and I love the bright, cheerful colors!

  3. says

    Wow! I love your new pillows. You certainly changed the look of your room. Nice!
    Marsha

  4. says

    Oh, so pretty I just love them!!! The colors are great and I just love the patchwork look.

    The dandilion fabric is so cute. I sent for a fabric sample of it from fabric.com. I got one in yellow and in green. I am going to make a pillow cover for Bailey’s dog bed. :)I thought it looks so cute and springy; and not show the dog hair! 🙂

    Jodi

  5. says

    I was at Joann’s yesterday and I had that first main fabric in my cart. I love it!!!! I didn’t wind up getting it, but I sure do love it!

  6. says

    Your pillows are so darn cute! Really love that yellow dandelion print! You look ready for spring.

  7. says

    Your pillows turned out great! I love your fabric selection and the way you coordiante the various colors and patters. They look great on your denim sofa too.

  8. says

    Dawn, What pretty, pretty Spring colors/fabrics. Nice job! xo Diana

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  10. says

    Those pillows are beautiful…absolutely PERFECT for Spring!!!!

  11. says

    Your pillows are so springy and fun! I especially like the first one. Can I just say…I wish for my house to be decorated just like yours!

  12. says

    The pillows & bunting are all so wonderfully “Springy” and so cheerful! Great job, Dawn!
    Carol

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