Today I was learning humility, though. I was working on a tray that I planned to show you today, but had a problem with the paint. Since I had to do some repair work on that with dry time, I came up to work on a pillow that was partially done. First I thought I had white thread in the bobbin and stitched a hem on the back of the pillow where the overlap will be. The bobbin had tan in it and it didn't look so great! After picking that out and sewing again using white on both top and bottom this time, I thought I had it made. Two mistakes was my quota for the morning, right? Wrong! I accidentally stitched one of the overlap pieces upside down with the wrong side of the hem showing. "Though it wasn't hard to fix, it took time to take the stitches out and stitch again. Hope I'm good now for the rest of the day!
Here's a look at the pillow.
The graphic is from one of the wonderful French Graphics shared by The Graphics Fairy.
Using Photo Shop I changed the color from the original black and white image. I wanted to have it be a little more subdued and more of a brown than black. Then it was printed in reverse onto a transfer sheet as I often do and ironed onto the fabric.
It gives that harvest look to the room and is almost exactly the same color as the upholstery in this little French chair.
Of course, the sheaf of wheat will not stay there when someone actually uses the chair!
Or maybe it will be used on the blue and white sofa. I like it there, too. I tried it in the foyer as well, but did not like it there as much as I like the smaller "Give Thanks" pillow.
The tray will be ready in a day or so. I've tried some touch up paint, but knowing how I am, I may end up taking the paint off and redoing the bottom of the tray. Well, I'll tell you about that when it's ready for you to see. Let's just say that wax and spray sealer may not mix well!
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
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