Monday, November 7, 2011

Hometown Throw Pillow #2

This one was an easy finish. The pillow top was already complete, it was just a matter of sewing the back on and stuffing the pillow form inside. Pillow #1 had yellow accent stitching, this one has red. Not sure which one I like better! The original idea for this HST layout was sent to me by Rebecca Lynn, from this Flickr photo.




Linking up with the following:

Fabric Tuesday @ Quiltstory
Sew Cute Tuesday @ Creative Itch
TOO Cute Tuesday @ Funky Polkadot Giraffe

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very nice.... now I don't know which I like better either. I liked the off-set design of the first, but really like this one too... I think I prefer this one. But then why does there have to be a better one... they'll all be lovely!
~Mom

Debbie said...

I agree with mom - they are both fantastic!

Toni said...

They both look so great! I don't think I could choose, either. You are going to have the most awesomely dressed bed!

diana said...

gorgeous! I love it!

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

Love it!! That rebecca certainly has some good ideas!

Jeanette said...

Lovey, great colors and design.

Kirsten N said...

Lovely pillow Heather- love your quilting and the touch of red!

Craft Couture by T.C. said...

I love all your hometown series..this pillow is gorgeous. :)

Linda @ a maiden hair fern said...

I must try this with my hometown scraps! It's a really cool design, and your quilting choices make the fabrics pop! Thanks for sharing.

Leanne said...

Lovely, it is very fresh and cheerful.

Q @ JAQS said...

Oh my - this is gorgeous!

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Cassie said...

Love it! What a great pillow!

felicity said...

I completely adore the red stitching. HSTs are so wonderful to work with - it's a shame that they're such a pain to make/trim etc.

claudia becker said...

Gorgeous

Kimberlee, The Spunky Diva said...

I am a sucker for pillows, and i love this one! You did a great job with the quilting.
~Kimberlee

jeifner said...

I do like all of your hometown projects, they are great!