Thursday, March 31, 2011

Throw Pillows


I found this great throw pillow tutorial over at From An Igloo.  This is a super easy and quick sewing project.  Even a novice sewer would be able to follow this tutorial.


We just bought a new brown couch and I wanted to make some fun throw pillows to match.  I love this fabric.  It is Soul Blossoms by Amy Butler.  The fabric has nice shades of blue, green, brown, and a mustard yellow.


I was able to cut and sew all four pillows in less than an hour.


So, I’ll let you in on a little secret… we now have a nice new couch, with some beautiful throw pillows, sitting in the basement that my husband has yet to finish.  That makes total sense right?  :)


Happy Sewing!



  1. Wow, I l-o-v-e the fabric choices you made for your throw pillows! Great job! I hope you'll come visit my blog, ~jen

  2. I like the fabrics. I love how changing out pillows can make a room look different.

  3. Awesome because I am most definitely a novice! Great patterns!

  4. Love the fabric you picked! They look great! I'm a new follower!

  5. What wonderful fabric choices! (you can't go wrong with Amy Butler) Gorgeous pillows!

  6. Great job on these pillows and in record time! They add a great pop of color to your sofa...I found you at Sunday Showcase and am a new follower. My hat is off to you for being the mother of 2 sets of twins AND a blogger. If you have time...which is doubtful...come visit my blog! ~Ann

  7. I just featured you on my blog... these are so pretty. thanks for sharing at the project party!

  8. Lovely pillows!!

    I host a Friday link party, I'd love for you to come and link up if you are interested.


  9. Love that fabric! So pretty! Hope you get your basement finished soon!!!

  10. I just found your blog and am your newest follower. Thanks for creating such a fun and inspiring blog -- your pillows are stunning!

  11. I love that fabric! So pretty. Thanks for the link to the pillow tutorial. I've been looking for a quick way to cover some pillows - without having to use a zipper :)


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