Time was really ticking away!
I made 7 pillows and 2 slipcovers for cushions and a whole lot of cording to go in the pillows and slipcovers. The ticking pillow above with the clock was made using a graphic from The Graphic Fairy. Karen has such great graphics to choose from. I used the transfer paper method again.
Everything I made goes in the loft area where the grand kids congregate when they are here. So I decided in addition to the clock, the alphabet would be fun. That graphic is from The Graphics Fairy, too. Won't these be fun for the kids?
At first I wasn't sure how these would look on the ticking, but they turned out great, don't you think?
See those four denim pillows on the seat of the church pew? Yep, made those last week. Also made the large denim pillow, but I think it needs something on it, so will work on it some more. The flag pillow I told you about here.
The cushions on the wicker rockers needed covers. In fact, this rocker never had a cushion before.
This pillow was made a while back. Here is a closer look.
I kept seeing these ticking "maze" pillows everywhere so decided to see if I could make one.
One thing I learned about ticking -- it is not created equal. Did you know there are different weights of this ticking stripe? This pillow is made from a denim weight ticking. The other pillows are more like quilt fabric weight. The lighter weight comes 54" wide at Jo Ann's.
When this church pew "lived" in the Master Bedroom, it had a skirt so things could be stored under it. I'm thinking of doing a ticking skirt for it now and maybe painting it white. This pew is from the church I grew up in. I remember when they were bought from an older church and refinished, so I would not be messing with the original finish. Do you think white would be good?
Hope you enjoyed this pillow talk! I have another pillow to show you in another post later, but it isn't made using ticking stripes.
Until next time,
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