I finally have a couple of creative projects to share with you, I finished two home décor pillows inspired by the “Tres Chic” fabric sent to me by one of my readers. It took me so long to get something sewn, I had a really difficult time trying to narrow down what I was going to make from the fabulous Paris inspired print, it sparked a ton of ideas all taking more fabric then I had. I finally decided on a set of pillows, a bulletin board and a matching lamp shade. There may end up being more projects with the leftover scraps, we will see how it goes and how far I can stretch it by adding in other coordinating fabrics. It took forever to post these pillows because they did not photograph well no matter what I did with them; I finally threw them on my sewing chair in disgust and walked away. Upon my return I decided I would just leave them there and take the photo that way, I did my best but the pictures just don’t do them justice, but you get the idea anyway.
First up is a pillow featuring some cream twist satin cording to highlight the “Tres Chic” fabric in the center of the pillow. I used my stash of coordinating Waverly fabrics around the main fabric to give it some dimension and interest, a very classic design.
I made the second pillow slightly larger using black piping around the center panel and some black beading on each end to give the pillow a little different feel, a bit of classic bling this time, truly “Tres Chic”.
Thanks for letting me share my
inspired project with you instead of the landscaping project I originally planned to post. I will get around to that at a later date, it has a ton of before and after photos which will take me some time to write and format. Paris
My husband and I are getting ready to take a little trip so I may be away from my computer for a bit, or maybe not, if I decide to take my computer and post from the beautiful
coastline where we will be staying. Stay tuned and keep watching; you never know what I will share with you next. California
See you soon, Laurette
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