What sweet pillows!
Pure love....These are super cute, Janell! I'll take two please;-)
Those are great! So modern and fresh.
Very pretty. I love how you showcased different parts of the fabric.
Janell - OH - so pretty! Just adore your style...everything you share on here is something I would love in my own home!
Beautiful! Love them on that blue chair.
Your pillows look fabulous. I love the fabric you chose. Very pretty. Hugs, Marty
Did you just whip those up at midnight yesterday? Ha! That's how I roll! These look great, and like you, I just love a pop of pink!www.divinedistractions.blogspot.com
The pop of pink is great..love the powder blue chair! I've been thinking light, light blue for walls, am I crazy?
Pillow happiness indeed!!
So Pretty and fresh. I love the way you off centered the flower pattern.
Thank you for the tutorial. Sewing is such a thorn in my side but I'm encouraged to try again using your details. The pillows turned out beautifully.
I agree and these pictures are gorgeous!Love the pattern!!x Charlotta
They look great. I love them against the blue..so sweet :)
So beautiful and inspiring! Thank you so much for checking out my blog and commenting. It made my day ; )
Love the fabric! Source? This fabric would be a perfect accent in my daughter's room.I read your interview at BluLabel Bungalow - I too LOVE fabric and love feeling it in my hands and getting inspired from the texture and colours! I avoid fabric stores because I can't resist stockpiling fabric for "one day" projects.
Oh, I am smitten!! Beautiful!
lovely, Janell. these are just the thing.
I do love the way you placed the pattern !
I think I'm in love...the pattern, the colors, the pink againts the blue chair. Perfect
Gorgeous! I love them up against the blue chair! Have a wonderful Thursday!XOKristin
they look beautiful! I especially love them on your pale aqua chair :)
Hi Janell,Thanks so much for answering my on facebook. We did solve the problem of how to do the whole business card facebook thing. You simply put a Facebook, or Twitter logo. When people are logged in and search via your name, or whatever name, the fan pages come up first. So get logos on your business cards. I was helping an artist, and had showed him your site, he loved the continutiy between the blog, facebook, twitter.Oh, and I love your blog, read it every day. Thanks again, keep up the great blogging.debi
Janell, I wanted to thank you for inspiring my lamp makeover!http://bontempsbeignet.blogspot.com/2010/09/lamp-revamp.htmlYou gave me courage to do it! (corny I know)
Fabulous! I do love that fabric.
Those are awesome! You deffinately need to come on over and help me with my home.
great pillows and i love that fabric. i think a bright pink and baby blue make a graet color combination.i linked to a great tutorial for adding a zipper to your pillow on my blog ... it's simple and i've used it so many times.http://www.greyumbrella.com/2010/08/ruched-pillow.html
oh so pretty!
Those pillows are adorable!! Love them with that chair. Scrumptious!!
Good grief, I have no idea why it published my comment 6 times! Sorry bout that!
They are so sweet Janell! And of course you made them :-)xo,cristin
That fabric is awesome and looks divine with the blue chair. I like how one side of the pillow is solid too.
There is only one word. Gorgeous. xoKate
Yay! A tutorial I can do!! Thanks for detailing your step by step process!! Great! BTW, the pillows are gorgeous!
Love the pink! :)www.madebygirl.commadebygirl.blogspot.com
What is the name of the fabric and how can I order some?
It is the ABYLA in Pink, here is the online link, though only Olive is available online. Visit or call a local store to order this colorway used.http://www.calicocorners.com/p2p/searchResults.do?method=view&search=basic&keyword=ABYLA&sortby=priceAscend&page=1Thanks for asking! Janell
you have the perfect stitch to make beautiful pillows- I need to practice mine now
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