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What makes a great pillowscape? Gorgeous fabric, an interesting shape or two, and a few special bits of embellishment as a start. We combined all these attributes to create a fabulous 50″ bolster with two matching rounds.

Freshen up the pillow-scape on your bed or sofa with this terrific trio. We used simple patchwork techniques to blend together 13 coordinating prints, creating three different pillow shapes: square, rectangle, and bolster.

The graceful crane is a symbol for longevity. Although often depicted in flight, the cascading pleats on the front and back of our pillow simulate the folded wings of a crane at rest. Silk dupioni provides a shimmering finish.

This pillow’s pleated front is embellished with thin belted accents and a bow. With no intricate angles or curves, it’s a great project to practice pleating. Master the fold-and-tuck method, and you can use it again and again.

We call this our favorite “flora and fauna” set. The lush and plush pillows feature botanicals on one side, animal prints on the other. We originally used one of Anna Maria Horner’s most color-packed collections: 2012’s Field Study for FreeSpirit fabrics. Although no longer readily available, you really can never go wrong when browsing Anna
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