Freshen up for spring with new additions to the pillowscape on your bed or sofa. We used Fat Quarters, selecting 13 coordinating prints to blend together with simple patchwork techniques into three different pillow shapes: one square, one rectangle, and one bolster.
Create a fast, patchwork pillow using thin scraps. We dove into our stash for leftover Jelly Roll and Honey Bun strips. A variety of decorative stitching along each seam adds a dash of color and texture. Each one is different.
The box pleat is one of the easiest pleating techniques to master. We’ve used the inverted version to create a pair of simple yet stunning pillows. Use a single or double pleat; we give you measurements for either version.
If your sofa seems down in the dumps, the solution can be as quick and easy as a new set of pillows. A blast of beautiful fabric makes your whole room (and you) happier. This set is reversible with pretty flange accents.
This project gives you three different decorative stitching options to try, and we’ve included three template downloads to re-create our exact designs. Vary the fabric, thread colors, and stitch patterns for dozens of options.
This clever pillow looks complex with its intricate lattice front and peek-a-boo inset, but it’s so easy. We love the splash of color behind the lattice strips. Just imagine all the wonderful fabric combinations you could try!
Like your favorite pair of sweats, sometimes you gotta have a loose fit. This pretty pillow follows suit with a relaxed and roomy cover. We added 15 lines of decorative stitching and custom corner tassels.
This dramatic pillow is what is traditionally called a “statement” pillow, the member of the pillowscape with the strongest flair, the one that anchors the collection. The striking fleur-de-lis appliqué is a free download.