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Finishing WiP's : Christmas Pillows

currently i'm working my way through my current list of WiP's in an effort to have a clean start for 2017! this is my list:
  • Hello Darling Easy Bake Quilt
  • Christmas Pillows
  • Orphan Rainbow Block mini quilt
  • Curve it Up Sample
  • Tilted Stars quilt
  • Orphan block sewing machine cover
  • Checkered blocks from my bee
  • Modern HST sampler
i finished a set of Christmas pillow covers just in time for me to use them this year! that NEVER happens!

this particular fabric has been in my stash for quite awhile, so when i was playing with my Mini Quick Curve Ruler. i decided to make up a few blocks and sew up a cushion cover.



i love how this cushion turned out. plus with the benefit of using some long stashed fabric! and now my chair in the great room is a little more festive for the holiday!


i made this cushion cover from the leftover squares from the Christmas Star Cushion cover. and Nora claimed it straight away.

now I have another project off of my WiP list!! time to finish up my last few projects and I just might start 2017 with a fairly clean slate, project wise.

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  1. There should be comments.... love these cute pillows! Perfect for the holiday. Learning how to use the Quick curve ruler is a 2017 goal of mine. Happy holidays!

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  2. You should be so proud of these pillows! They are just beautiful, and I love that little reindeer fabric.

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  3. Super cute pillows! Very festive and fun.

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