Thursday, 26 June 2014

Cushion Crazy (Part 2)

Crazy-pieced cushions - I've been experimenting with monochromatic colour schemes.






They all have covered zippers in the back, I used this tutorial from Adrianne, although I changed it a bit to take into consideration my short zips (8").  I wanted to use what I had on hand, rather than buying longer zips.  It's a bit of a workout to get the forms through the smaller zip but that's fine with me.


You'll no doubt be pleased to hear that there is still one more instalment of my cushion crazy series!!  Tune in next week for the final few.

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16 comments:

  1. They are crazy beautiful! :-). Such a cool way to use up scraps. I might have to try doing a couple. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  2. Love the monochromatic theme and your fussy cutting of the rabbits is adorable.

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  3. These are sooo pretty. I love the theme and the rabbit! Very nice. I have scraps left from my daughter's quilt and this would be a great way to use them and it will match her quilt. Thanks so much.

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed them. Did you know you are a no-reply blogger? That means I cannot reply directly to you.

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  4. Love these! I especially love the yellow one. Great idea on the zippers too! Love that.

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  5. Those are the cutest ever!

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  6. Oh yes, I think you nailed that experiment! Did you appliqué those little rabbits? They are so cute!

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    1. The bunnies are not applique, they are one of the prints in the Bluebird Park collection by Kate & Birdie Paper Co.

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  7. Love, love, love, love, love these cushions!!! Successful experiment indeed.

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  8. These are lovely. I do a lot of crazy quilting, but I've never done something monochromatic before. I might just have to give it a try.

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  9. your color play has produced some beautiful pillows - the little bunnies are a nice touch :)

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  10. They are beautiful Sarah! Congrats!!!

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  11. I love monochromatic. These are fabulous!

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  12. These are both gorgeous! I don't do much monochromatic stuff, but I really should dive in - yours are very inspirational. I also want to hunt down those bunnies from Bluebird Park (I was going to ask, but I see the answer in the previous comments). Beautiful finishes!

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