Here is a colorful star from Adrienne, which she made for her pillow swap. Don’t miss her blog, a place full of eye-candy.
Christine, who lives coincidentally just a few miles away from me, made this lettered pillow for her friend’s new born baby. Can you imagine that it’s her first machine quilted one? Looks fantastic, see more of her cute children sewing on her flickr stream.
I love the cozy colors Kirsten used for her logcabin pillow, the yellow is warming like sun, isn’t it? If you lay your head down on it, you’ll instantly be in a good mood.
Lori’s little pillow or big pincushion (whatever you like to see in it) is a pile of layers, in between a Dresden Plate, Fassetts and dots, on top a dotted button. I think sweeter than any cupcake! Maybe this was the reason why the linky-lottery-fairy has chosen hers as the winner. Tataa! Congratulations to you, Lori, my “Juggling Summer”-Print is on its way to you.
And last (entry) but not least there is another Dresden Plate companion: Sues Sunflower Pillow, made for her grandma. I think she did a great job to meet any grandmas taste with the warm, sunny colors but add a contemporary touch by choosing modern graphic fabrics. I like the quilting on this pillow!
Thank you very much everyone, for sending me pictures, taking part and sharing your creations with me and my readers! It’s always a great inspiration.
For now, I need a little break. These days are so busy, I’m a bit down by a cold, and it’s even the 9th of the month. So lets enlarge the next Pillow Talk to a December-January-combo and find the next winner at the end of January.
For all of you who are new to the Pillow Talk: find any details about sending an entry here where you can also send and link your submission.
So – now you have got plenty of time, about 50 days. You can do all Christmas preps and celebrate New Years Eve (and me too) and get back with your pillow sewing some when in the next few weeks to go for THIS!!!
An issue of the very new, very inspiring and very contemporary
an annual review what is new in the quilter’s world. And (I can’t help but am so proud) you’ll find one of my ZEN CHIC pattern featured in it as well as an article about my studio.