Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Pillow talk



I finished my vacation project... Yet another pillow. So when I stood there ready to take a "pillow portrait" for a blog post (coming soon - promise!!! Sneak peak? It is right there in the right pile... See it?) I thought about all the pillows in the house that I have made. While Jay was packing his Super Moto truck for his upcoming motorcycle trip, I started to run in and out with piles of pillows.
"What on earth are you doing???!!!"

Well, my love... I often ask myself the same thing when taking pictures of a crazy quilt top in the middle of a storm or when I hang vintage sheets in the apple trees or when I have my daughter run around with a quilt in circles in the garden until she gets so dizzy she can't even stand straight anymore... Or when I drag all the pillows in the house outside to pile them up on two chairs in a perfect light for a portrait... But this is completely normal, right? Or....

I am starting to wonder if I may have enough pillows soon... Naaaahhhh. I want even more. :D Call me nuts!!!

Kärlek
Annette

21 comments :

  1. How lovely Annette!! Your house must be so cozy and colorful!!

    And the picture taking is completely normal in my world!! xoxo Debbie

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  2. Your pretty pillows speak of the comforts of home. I totally understand about trying to get the perfect light. I've often wondered what my neighbors think as I'm out taking photos in my yard. Looking forward to your pillow portrait. :-)

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  3. And I thought I had a lot of cushions! It is a lovely sight thank you for going to the trouble of ferrying in and out of your house, we do take strange photos for our blogs don't we!

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  4. What absolutely beautiful photos! We can never have enough pillows!

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  5. your pillows are so bright and...yes, you can add more!!!
    xxxx Alessandra

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  6. Love all you pretty pillows!!I have yet to crochet a pillow, so thanks for inspiring me to do it! xo Heather

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  7. Oh Annette, these are so dreamy..and the light is perfect..and I totally agree with you..there are never enough beautiful pillows in the house..please keep making more and showing them to us..have a totally wonderful weekend❤

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  8. Hermosos!!! felicidades!!!
    te dejo un abrazo fuerte!!!

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  9. Oh Oh Oh Annette!! I started with pillow 1 of 4 for the outside wrought iron/wire table and chairs...want to make each a different crochet pattern, with red gingham backing, so you know I'm going to be looking at these né!
    Beautiful :)

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  10. If you produced ugly things of course you should stop, but since the pillows are all different and all beautiful...how can you stop?

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  11. All those different pillows, I love it !

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  12. aahhh your not Nuts just wonderfully creative ;-)) Loving your cushions there gorgeous. dee x

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  13. No, you can never have to many pillows! Only not enough sofas or beds to put them on. ;-)

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  14. lol! Don't worry you're not alone, I also think it's completely normal to have about 10 dozen cushions and to cart them all outside for a photo, nothing wrong with that! ;)

    S x

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  15. Love ALL of your pillows!!!
    Glad I'm not the only nut taking random photos outdoors, I'm sure my neighbours wonder why I like to take photos of my washing hanging on the line xxx

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  16. Hi Annette, I just had to become your latest follower as I adore cushions as well, fantastic piles!

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  17. I love your pillows, Annette! Congratullations for your work!I hope you have enjoied this summer!

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  18. you are the pillow queen! pillows are great aren't they, life changing infact, ha ha!! that's why we keep making them, Heather x

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  19. Just look at that glorious pile of cushions!! You can never have too much of a good thing! :-)

    Heather x

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Kärlek
Annette

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