Friday, October 13, 2017

Can I Get A Whoop Whoop? Sweet Hearts

Hi, all!

Well, Friday has rolled around once again, and you know what that means - it's time to get our whoop whoop on!  I hope you're ready - I know I am!  Let's get started!

I've been busy making pillows this week for a marketplace at a women's event, and I've shared most of them, but I realized that I hadn't shared my three favorite pillows....


These pillows started with three pretty little orphan blocks.  All three had shades of pink in them, which helped determine the background fabric.


I looted my stash for some beautiful linen that I was hoarding - a pale pink, a creamy white, and a deeper pink that actually started life as an IKEA curtain!


All of them are quilted in a grid style, fitted out on the back with an envelope closure (all in the creamy white linen), and bound wth a beautiful tan, cream and white Modernist print.  They are so pretty together!  Soft and feminine, they'll be perfect in a little girl's room or in a "lady cave"!

Now, if you've been watching my progress with pillow covers and are starting to get the bug to make some of your own, I'm hoping to post a tutorial this coming week with the simple how-to's so you can join in the fun!

Can I get a whoop whoop??

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And now it's your turn!

What's got you whooping it up this week?


What's making you do a little happy dance?

Share!  We want to dance right along with you -
And it's always more fun to dance with friends!

The party will stay open until Sunday midnight -

Hope to see you there!

Hugs!

Sarah



15 comments:

  1. Lovely pillows, and soft colours go so well with the inset hearts.

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  2. Love your pillows and those dancing nuns - I remember nuns from my childhood days but none of them danced like that!

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  3. Sarah, your scrappy hearts on linen backgrounds are so feminine! Beautifully done! And thank you for hosting!

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  4. your pillows look great - I am still organizing my sewing room and getting back to quilting on the frame

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  5. Love those hearts. In fact they inspired me to make my own heart pillow. Find it funny that it is what I'm linking up with today.

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  6. Yes, I definitely have pillow fever now!! Can't wait for the tutorial :-)

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  7. all repurposed stuff! they're beautiful.

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  8. Those scrappy heart pillows are so pretty!!

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  9. Beautiful pillows! I like the off center placement.

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  10. The pillows are stunningly lovely. ❤️ I can't wait for your tutorial since I've got several pillows I want to make for the holidays and family? You amaze me with your creative energy!!! ��

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  11. I love your pillows, it made me think of the scene in the film Steel Magnolia where Shelby was describing her wedding colors, Blush and Bashful--there's something sweet about the color pink.

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  12. Oh these are just so pretty! And I have been wondering how you were making the back. Looking forward to your tutorial.

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  13. 'Love the pillows. Making them is addictive, lol. Looking forward to your tutorial.

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