Monday, December 10, 2012

Abstract Peacock Throw Pillows

You may remember the post I did a while ago about the throw pillows I've been making for my sister-in-law. I finally finished the whole set! I love how they turned out. Here they are.



I like the color scheme she chose. I also really like how all of these shapes go together to give you the impression of peacock feathers without blatantly showing one.

I really like this applique technique that I came up with. I've never seen anything like it, but I love the exposed raw edges. It just takes a while to do. It's a good thing I'm sort of patient.




I love these feathered pillows with the surprise of color peeking out from underneath the layers. I think they're fun.




My favorite one is the last one I made. A combination of the colors, the design, the pattern and placement of the applique... There's something about it I find really aesthetically pleasing.



All of them have sham-style openings in the back and are all machine washable (a must-have for anyone with kids).



Along with these, I made one extra throw pillow for fun. It has large pleats that are sewn in place, creating little pocket-like structures all over it. This makes for an interesting texture on the front.





The good news for you: this one is for sale! 
Go see it in my Etsy shop
And thanks for stopping by.





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