Sunday, October 25, 2009

Pillows

Here are the finished knife edged pillows. Knife edge pillows have two sides that are the same size and usually have a corded edge. I made a self covered welt for these pillows to give a clean look. Other options to finish a pillow are braid, tassel fringe, brush fringe or a flange. When you are making pillows with a print or pattern always pay attention to center the design on the pillow. Also consider what will fall on the edges when using stripes and plaid fabrics.

Now, if I were only hand delivering these to Palm Beach.........

11 comments:

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

They turned out beautifully. You do amazing work.

Sue

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

These turned out beautiful, Tammy! I love the black and white print.

NM said...

I love the patterns on those cushions. You did a fantastic job!
Best wishes, NM.

pk said...

Oooohhh. They're so pretty. Just loving that fabric..
pk @ Room Remix

Design Esquire said...

The fabric is awesome, and I love the punch of color with the pink. Great job!

Karen@StrictlySimpleStyle said...

Great fabric and I love the finished look.

Mi Vida Bonita said...

Those pillows are great, I ecspecially love the black and white fabric!

{ L } said...

You are so skilled at your work! And you look very beautiful in your profile photo. <3

{ L } said...

You are so skilled at your work! And you look very beautiful in your profile photo. <3

Maria Killam said...

Tammy those pillows are just my style, love them! I thought a knife edge meant no piping. . . hmmm. . . I need to read up on my pillow talk!

Brandi said...

Those pillows are absolutely gorgeous! I've been making a lot of pillows lately and I seem to struggle with getting the edges just right. Any tips?!

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