Friday, March 27, 2015

Popcorn & Lace Pillow No 2



From bottom: Crochet lace pillow purchased in thrift shop, Ruffle/Shell stitch Pillow made with Tilda - Chalk pink No 541,
Popcorn & Lace Pillow with pink edging made with Tilda - Cream No 005 and Pink No 040,
Popcorn & Lace Pillow with brown edging made with Tilda - Cream No 005 and Nougat No 510.

In early mornings on the train rides to and from French classes, one stitch was added to another to make this Popcorn & Lace Pillow for a good friend of mine. Every other day or so, I added a Popcorn & Lace Square to the front piece, and one row after another was accomplished for the backing. The final touch was an earthy brown edging to assemble the pieces after some blocking. The yarn used is Tilda from Svarta Fåret which is available in my Yarn Shop.

The cushion is plump and pretty and today it moved home to it's new owner. She has a collection of cream pillows in different textures on her sofa and this brown edged pillow will be the perfect addition to her collection and her color theme, she says. It is hard to part - it matches my pink edged Popcorn & Lace Pillow so well, as well as the pink Ruffle Pillow... But... Ce la vie! Time to say Good bye. I can always make another one. Maybe in Tilda Baby blue No 572?

Kärlek
Annette

Note:
• Popcorn & Lace Pillow Pattern can be found here.

• Popcorn & Lace Square Pattern you can find that here.
• Tilda yarn can be purchased here.




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6 comments :

  1. A beauty! I have this pattern on my to-do list for 2015 - two cushions by year end! Pat xxxxxx

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  2. Piękne...kocham takie pastelowe poduchy!!!!

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  3. I love how you're learning French. I took Mandarin in high school. What a waste. I should have taken Japanese or French. The pillows are lovely.

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  4. Thank you for the inspiration, I have now made 4 squares. Bought the pattern when you released it, but you know all those things that has to be done first... I make mine in whitem with pink flowers on an bed of mint or purple. Loving it, Wish I had pale blue too...
    It looks like there must be more than one project.
    Have a nice Easter and enjoy your family

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Kärlek
Annette

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