|Not sure what the fabric is because I got it in the Joann's clearance section for $3/yard.|
|Fabric: Robert Kaufman Metro Living Tile White, purchased here; I made the rosettes following this tutorial.|
|The bow pillow was inspired by this one.|
|I bought this damask fabric for a different project but changed my mind and tried to return it. Fabric.com gave me a refund and said "Just keep it." Woo hoo for free fabric. :)|
Rick says that no pillows are necessary on the couch since he just has to put them on the floor when he wants to lay down anyway. I, on the other hand, am of the mind that the more pillows, the better.
She takes her job very seriously.
1. taking over the entire dining room table with my supplies
2. measuring the fabric as fast as possible
3. cutting the fabric as fast as possible
4. sewing the fabric as fast as possible
...none of which are helpful to most anyone. For real sewing advice about how to make a removable envelope back pillowcase, see this post or this post.
Or I could put one on our bed...
Or I could cover Rick with them because he loves them so much...
Or I might just take a nap on them.
This, by the way, is what a week of adolescents will do to you. I'm not sure what GB's excuse is. A week of extreme pillow-watching, perhaps?
Have a great week, everyone! :)
Update: I want to honor the seller's right to her product (the bow pillow) so I won't be sharing how I made it. You can buy one just like it (only nicer because I am a sewing novice) here. :)