Ruffly Pillow.

I made this throw pillow the other day using Amy Butler’s Nigella line and the extra fabric that I cut off the length of my curtains.  It was kind of a tester for another project I’m working on that hopefully I’ll be able to tell you more about soon :).

Do you find that fabric is always WAY prettier in real life as opposed to online?  I do, I always love the fabric before I buy it, but love it even more when I actually have it.  It was super fast to make, and I made the back envelope style so that the cover could be removed and washed.  That’s just the way we gotta think when we have little ones, right?

I took pictures along the way as I made it, so I’ll be posting a tutorial to make your own soon!  I’ll also be linking to some of these great linky parties.

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  1. really cute abby. I totally agree on fabric online, sometimes it looks just ugly then when I see it in person I’m like, why didn’t I buy that before!?!

  2. I absolutely love this! I have been wanting to make new pillow shams for my bedroom. I have curtain material left over, but not enough for a flanged pillow. I have been stuck on a style. I think I have found it. Now I will wait patiently for your tutorial.

  3. Love the pillow and ohh the fabric is gorgeous..looking forward to the tutorial :)

  4. How cute! It’s given me a great idea for making my master bedroom pillows finally! Thanks for the inspiration =)

  5. oh I like this! I made one all ruffly like the center part of yours. Never thought about putting an unruffled pattern around it as a border – lovely!

    ~Emily N. from “too Blessed to Stress”

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