Welcome back for round 7! This week we have another fun round inspired by Edyta Sitar’s book, Pillow Talk: 25 Lovely Pillows for Your Home Sweet Home. Mister Domestic and Suzy Quilts are going head-to-head with their creations!
Check out our announcement post to see all the talented participants.
Without further ado, let’s see what they made!
Suzy Quilts made the Mother’s Day pillow her own by adding organic leaf shapes and gilding each flower with hand quilting and three-dimensional floral details. It’s sewn up in knit fabric, which makes it the cuddliest pillow. For a fast make, try the Pillow Kit with 61 pre-cut applique shapes with fusible webbing!
Mister Domestic’s Pillow
Mister Domestic made the Dot Dot Dot design in two rainbow versions. The Art Gallery Elements and quilting weight denim fabrics are a nice combination!
Voting for Your Favorites
Each Thursday we invite you to vote for your favorite pillow project here on the blog. Find us on social with #PillowTalkPillowFight.
Congratulations to last week’s winner, Sedef Imer of Down Grapevine Lane!
Please only vote one time. The poll will be open until February 25 at noon and we’ll reveal the results next week.
Get Inspired with the Pillow Talk Book
Pillows are the best way to give any room an easy refresh, and Edyta has created this book exactly for all the HGTV moments where you are tempted to do a “quick home renovation” (of which we all know there is no such thing!) The designs in her book range from beginner to advanced and can be made using any fabric combinations you like, or with the Pillow Kits that have all you need for your DIY pillow cover. If you want to see all of the pillows, watch Edyta’s interview with Kimberly Jolly.
We’ll see you back here next week to see creations by Corey Yoder (@corianderquilts) and Sherri McConnell (@aquiltinglife)! In the meantime, if you sew up some Pillow Talk pillows, be sure to share your projects using #PillowTalkBook and tag us (@fatquartershop), @itssewemma and @laundrybasketquilts so we can see and share your work!
I’m confused on your winners ladder. It is showing Melissa as a champion on that side of the ladder. Shouldn’t there be another round on that side before the champion is picked? Maybe I missed something.
Hi Kathleen, when I was planning the bracket, I got a little mixed up and did the voting for the left side of it before moving on to the right side of it. You’re right – in a bracket you normally cover both sides before moving on to the additional tiers.
I vote for mr donomastec