Pillow Talk Swap 7


I finished up my partner’s pillow for Pillow Talk Swap 7.  I sketched up the design loosely based on one of the pictures in my partners inspiration mosaic.

The little patchwork squares finish at 1″–some of my favorite kind of piecing.  I added in a lot of text fabrics and other fun fabrics–I’m really happy with how they all jive together. =)

I finished off the pillow with some straight line quilting(using Superior MasterPiece thread) and a fun text print binding.  All in all a very fun little project!

Comments (15)

  • This is seriously awesome 🙂

  • That is adorable. Hope you share the pattern.
    Your work is so nice and fun.
    Thanks for sharing

  • What a fabulous pillow

  • WOW! Love that pillow!

  • The pillow is so creative and fun. You inspire me. I just completed piecing my Birdie Stitches quilt together and hope to post about it soon. Thanks again for sharing the design.

  • Ahh it’s like Heaven! I hope it comes to live with me 🙂

  • Adorable. :o)
    I am having a little give a way
    if you would like to drop by.
    Sincerely, Trish

  • It is really gorgeous Corey!!! I am just loving black lately in sewing projects. Your partner is really lucky.

  • How cute!!! Good job!!! 🙂

  • I love this pillow cover. It’s gorgeous!!!!

  • This is such a cute pillow. You are the pillow queen! Seriously. I never make pillows. And yet I signed up for a project blog hop, agreeing to make a pillow. Go figure. You may be hearing from me via email, since you will have the answers to all my questions I’m sure.

  • This is beautiful. What is it about black fabrics in a quilt that make all the other colors just pop?

  • Fantastic pillow. Great text fabric. Looks great.

  • What a fantastic pillow!!! The fabrics mesh well, and that straight quilting is perfect so as not to take away from the design! Love it!

  • Such a beautiful pillow….I don’t see a tutorial on your blog, but I was curious how you slanted you corner blocks?? Such an inspiration, but as I’m newer to this, I’m baffled.

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