Pillow Pop Round-Up: September

BlogButtonThe Pillow Pop group is a really fun sew along over on Threadbias. We’re making pillows from the fabulous book Pillow Pop all year long.

To learn more about the group, visit this post.

We’d love to have you join us. If you’re not already a member at Threadbias, why not join – it’s free, and it is a great community of sewists.

We chose Crimson Stones (Easy) and  Flying Rainbow (Challenging) as the pillows for September…and here are the wonderful finishes with links back to each sewist’s project page. I hope you will click through to see the entire projects as the backs and quilting on each pillow are also fabulous.

Crimson Stones: A modern twist on a traditional block gives this pillow a contemporary feel.

CrimsonStones.CandaceCandace’s pillow shines with soft tones and floral patterns.

CrimsonStones.GardenCrafter

Batiks add vibrancy and movement to GardenCrafter’s pretty pillow.

CrimsonStones.Valerie

Valerie’s pillow evokes summer by the seashore.

Flying Rainbow: A great scrap-busting project, this pillow uses clean lines and a rainbow of colors to create a clean, fresh look.

FlyingRainbow.Cathie

Cathie’s pillow uses some gorgeous scraps to make her geese fly.

FlyingRainbow.Sue

Sue used some great fabric from the Square Elements collection to frame her beautiful pillow.

FlyingRainbow.Conni

Conni chose a lovely array of batiks to give her pillow a vibrant feel.

FlyingRainbow.Wendy

I pulled from my healthy stash of Bonnie and Camille scraps to create the geese for my pillow.

Join us next month for more pillows from the Pillow Pop book!

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1 comment

    • carol marie on October 6, 2014 at 06:11

    All the pillows are so lovely! I seemed to have missed several on TB. Thanks for posting Wendy!

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