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We’ve had a whole lot of this lately and I love it!
When the weather outside is frightful, I love to stay inside and do something creative. I decided to use some of my fabric scraps to craft a few pillows for my porch. The fabrics that I used are leftover from my kitchen curtains. I had enough piping and binding leftover to use as well. I didn’t want to buy a thing, so I stuffed the pillows with quilt batting. Total cost = FREE!
I don’t have a sewing room, so I work in my dining area and on the family room floor. Can you see my nest of magazines in the background?
Here are my pillows on our porch. They add a nice touch, I think.
I put together a centerpiece for the table using dried garlic heads.
I had a Papasan chair in college. Isn’t this the ugliest thing ever? Mine went to Goodwill a long time ago, but I saved the stool that coordinated with it. Maybe it will be retro cool one of these days!
The next project should be sewing a new cover for the stool. That shouldn’t be too difficult. It may even glam up this 1987 relic.
Here’s a view of the porch from the dining room. These pillows were a fun “stuck in the house” project.