You know what's cool about pillows？ You can take one design， and by simply changing up the fabric， get a completely different look. That's what we've done with this stunning hexagonal pillow. We've used this style of pillow a couple times before， but you'd never know it. Our black and white version features a coordinating linen back and Extreme Fussy Cutting (similar to what those daring skateboarders dopersonalized baby gifts， but you're less likely to fall) to create a beautiful flower in the center of the pillow... complete with a contrasting linen covered button as the flower's center point. Pretty tassels finish the high-end designer look.
The Citrus Holiday： Elegant Hexagonal Pillow and the Pretty Prints Please： Star Pillow both use this same design. It's the chameleon of pillows.accent pillow case baby canvas sofa
Our thanks to Michael Miller Fabrics for providing us with an awesome selection of fabrics from their brand new Black and White Collection. Look for it in stores or online for your Spring sewing， including from our friends at Fat Quarter Shop.
We recommend a standard polyester filler for the stuffing the pillow， which worked just great. However， there are a lot of fillers to choose from. Take a look at our this tutorial to learn more： Understanding Filler Materials： Polyfil， Pellets， Microbeads， Beanbag Filler， Foam &； More.
Contributors Project Design： Alicia Thommas Sample Creation： Jodi Kelly
Other machines suitable for this project include the Husqvarna/Viking Emerald 203 and the Brother CE-5000PW.
Halloween's always fun—but don one of our favorite '50s costume ideas, and you'll be in for an even bigger treat this year. From the telltale red wig of an I Love Lucy getup to the flowy white dress of a Marilyn Monroe look, each and every one of our fun 1950s Halloween costumes is a serious blast from the past. And whether you're a millennial who just loves the vibe of those way-back-when days, or a baby boomer looking for a chance to relive your glory days, odds are, you'll be jumping at the chance to take a couple cues from the decade.