Monday, June 9, 2014

Pillow Talk!

I’m slowly checking off the things on my “To Do” list of home decor items to make for the new house!!


I needed to make new smaller throw pillows for the two Queen Ann recliner chairs in the library.


I used a mini-charm pack of Scrumptious and a few white on white scraps for this pillow.


I made the two sides different for variety!!


This one is made from a set of signature blocks I received from an online block exchange over five years ago!


I never knew what do do with them before, but I do like the resulting pillow.


I made the two sides different, too!


So, next on my list is a large wall quilt for my bedroom to go here…

bedroom wall quilt space

so Yogi says to stay tuned!!


So, what are you sewing on this week?



  1. It all looks so pretty. I love those pillows.

  2. Love it all, but especially the bedroom quilt...MY colors too!

  3. Polly, you have my chair! Your green chair is my blue chair!!!! So how about making me a few of your wonderful pillows!!! You know exactly what my chair looks like so it should be easy! Your pillows are fantastic. I really like how you used your exchange blocks with the signatures.That pillow will always be filled with such memories.

    I also must let you know that I love your clock wall...saved a photo of it...and have bought a few clocks. Now to just get down to figuring where each clock goes! I love all of your decorating!

  4. I have those same chairs, but mine are looking pretty worn. Love your pillows and quilts too!

  5. I dearly love the quilt etc. in your bedroom. Those colors are so scrumptious and appealing. They are soothing too, and I feel like crawling into that bed just because of those colors. You really have a knack for decorating. I love all you've done.
    Rae (

  6. I love the pillows and mini quilts - they're just perfect! What a CA-ute way to use those signature blocks! Sew lovely!


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