Yep, I dang done finished that darn cushion. Seemed to take forever.
I’d been thinking about making this for a while, ever since I saw this picture in Maison Créative. The wall art is made from yellow cardboard; I liked the hexagons and also wanted to mimic how the shadows changed the yellow by using different fabrics.
It finally took the deadline for Rachel’s Celebrate
Color Colour (see, doesn’t that look better) competition to get me off my backside and do it.
There is piping and the quilting is fairly heavy – hexagon spirals made with my walking foot (still not brave enough to try free motion).
The back has an envelope style closure with an extra row of triangles. Nice and simple.
Would’ve been simpler if I hadn’t done this:
I don’t know how I end up making silly mistakes like this. Thoughts must’ve wandered.
Oh, right. So, I really like this cushion because it gives a nice bright pop of yellow to my couch and goes so well with my other handmade covers.
Why you little…
Nothing a nice glass of rosé can’t fix.
I’m just finishing off this little project…
…and then I get to pull my Go! Baby out of its box. Yay! Hope you’re all having a great week!