Throwback Thursday: Kid Pillows

I just spent a lovely week away with family, so I've been away from the blog and the sewing machine. Here's a quick share. I made these 12" by 16" pillows for The Boy and my niece and nephew as Hanukkah presents a couple years ago. (I guess it's about time I make one for The Girl.) It all started when I saw the kit for the Pack 'n Pillow Pattern by It's Sew Emma at Fat Quarter Shop. I just knew my niece would love the pink castle fabric. I did a little shopping (with The Boy's help) to pick out the car fabric for nephew. And, naturally, I raided my Very Hungry Caterpillar scraps to make the pillowcase for The Boy. I added the 1" strip of fabric so I could sneak in an additional fabric, and I fussy cut the foods fabric so we could see them all along the edge of the pillowcase.

kid pillows I'm linking up with Lorna at Let's Bee Social.

4 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: Kid Pillows

  1. Kind of nice to take a break. That's what summer is all about. The pillow are really adorable. Especially the Hungry Caterpillar -- love the fussy cutting. I have great memories of reading that book to my kids. My sister had an in home daycare for many years and I can remember her having Hungry Caterpillar parties with her kiddos and they would get to try all of those foods.

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    1. sarah

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      It's such a great classic story. And I LOVE the fabric. I've done a number of projects using it.

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  2. These are some fun looking pillow cases, Sarah. Each of them are sew cute! Yes, you better look through your stash and get one made for your girl. A nice little project for the busy summer.

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    1. sarah

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      There are SO many nice little projects this summer. :-) I think I want to finish her quilt first, but you're right, I could totally get the pillowcase done in a flash!

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