Garden District Pillow

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19 Responses

  1. Terry says:

    Beautiful pillow…love your hand stitching!

  2. The Mrs. says:

    Wow, 2 years! I knew the publishing process was slow, but obviously I underestimated. The pillow is stunning. Love the Little Folks.

  3. Johanna says:

    Love it! I really need to get that book!

  4. Kathleen OGrady says:

    Beautiful pillow! Your work is awesome!

  5. Cindy Sharp says:


  6. What a stunning pillow!! I just love it!! So fun for you to be part of such an amazing book!!

  7. Disns says:

    Love the quilting – makes the squares really stand out. I’m a lover of scrap quilts and I love the way the red makes the pillow come alive.

  8. SarDee says:

    I love this design and the hand quilting! We’re not much for throw pillows around my house but I am REALLY gonna have to make this one… it looks so intricate!!

  9. Tamie says:

    I love your pillow and scraps. I’ll keep my eyes open for further clearing out.

  10. CitricSugar says:

    Lovely!! It must have been so hard not to share that one for two years! Such great shapes…. Beautiful.

  11. Renita Sullivan says:

    Your pillow is beautiful…I can’t believe it takes so long…thanks for sharing with us…now I just have to look fo that book!

  12. Anita says:

    It’s beautiful!

  13. Lynette says:

    This is so pretty – I really love the double arcs of the fabric and then the perle stitching.

  14. Elizabeth W. says:


  15. Jake says:

    You really did a fabulous job on that pillow! And the hand stitching really adds to it’s hominess!

  16. Jake says:

    And I just ordered that book a few weeks ago when I preordered Ayumi’s Zakka book…still waiting on arrival as I chose to wait to ship until Ayumi’s book was released to save shipping.

  17. Beautiful–and the hand quilting just “makes” it!

  18. Heather says:

    Really pretty, I love the fabric choices, that tan linen is really nice.

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