Happy Wednesday everybody!
I'm a sucker for Sunflowers, so I couldn't resist this sparkley Sunflower made of tin. It's blooming right in front of the stepping stone my daughter made for us.
Monday, while off work for Labor Day, I made pillows for the chairs on our front porch. The fabric came from repurposed curtains I bought at a thrift shop a couple of years ago. The sunflower fabric curtains would have been cute in my sewing room, but I needed curtains for 2 sets of windows and had only one curtain. The striped fabric came from heavy lined drapes and is the brand name "Waverly". I was able to use the lining as the back of the pillows. I stuffed the inside of the pillows with thrift store pillows also, along with some polyfil stuffing I have had forever. So these pillows were very, very low cost. This is a good thing because I don't need to worry about how the weather affects them. When they start looking bad... out they go!
I made six pillows in a just a couple of hours. AAAHHH! Instant sewing gratification. After working on the slow process of quilting, its nice to have some finished projects