Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Colorful Raw-Edge Pillow

This pillow was featured on Susan's blog: Blackberry Creek Home Arts. The maker's name wasn't given; all we know is that it was made by Doris' friend. The pillow is covered with a black fabric that has multi-colored dots on it. The embellishments are made from 5 concentric raw-edge circles, with a button in the middle of each one. A few of the buttons are star-shaped. It looks like the circles are only attached to the pillow with the button. I don't see any quilting. Pretty dazzling! 
I think it could use some beads too. Tons of beads actually. :)

UPDATE: Doris' friend is Tammy. She and her mom cut all the circles by hand! Nice job, ladies!


Janet said...

This is quite fabulous!!

Shirley said...

Karen you always come up with such amazing things to show. I hope the maker will be identified for the credit it so deserves. Such a clever idea.

Leeanne said...

Very creative!

Kim said...

You want to bedazzle it?
Remember that commercial?

That is a real eye catcher, I wonder what gives the circles the stiffness to stand up?

Thanks for showing us and
Happy Sewing

Lori R said...

Very cute. Could this be the result of someone running amok with their accuquilt cutter????

Lisa A said...

Doris' friend's name is Tammie and she and her mother cut all those circles by hand!