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!

6 comments:

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!