This week my best friend is redoing her daughter's bedroom for her thirteenth birthday present and had recently brought over the store-bought shams and curtains to match up with some fabrics from my stash. Right away we knew Indelible by Katarina Roccella would be perfect! The color scheme was a spot-on match, the modern, woodland theme speaks to Hannah's love for nature and the text prints to her passion for reading and writing. I happily offered to make a set of pillows and spent yesterday's sewing time doing just that!
Using my go-to, most favorite pillow pattern, that can be found in issue 8 of Love Patchwork & Quilting for an easy-peasy set of patchwork covers, I whipped up the first two in no time at all!
All three pillows are backed in a Pure Element solid in Empire Yellow, Emerald, and Tile Blue.
Each has a binding finish, using up the leftover bindings Squared Elements in Noir from my Rapture Making Rows and Laced Up Gris from my NouvElle Friendship Diamond quilts. When creating quilt bindings I always make up extra to have on hand to add to my pillows, it's my favorite ending detail and adds such a professional finish!
My third and final pillow is a simple 18" pillow, straight-line quilted with an Aurifil 50wt, in one of our favorite Indelible prints, Stamped Grove in Daylight. I adore this print! The sweet blue background, the birch trees and birds makes this print perfect to leave as is for a pillow just like this one, as whole cloth quilt, or to use as a wonderful quilt backing!
I can't wait to see Hannah's new, teen bedroom all finished, it's going to be amazing! I hope she loves her pillows and has a wonderful birthday!!