A few weeks ago I came across two tea towels at the thrift store.
They were only a quarter apiece.
I don't often come across cute tea towels in my secondhand shopping,
so I was delighted when I found them.
I knew right away that these fellas would become a pillow.
I started by sewing the lace along the edge of one of the towels.
Then I laid the towels face to face with the lace sandwiched in between them and ran them through my sewing machine.
I left about a four inch gap so that I could turn the towels right side out and fill them with stuffing.
I finished off the pillow by hand sewing the gap closed.
The tea towels are large, so the pillow ended up being the size of a regular pillow.
The words say Bon Buni Cucacao- not for sure what area the map is featuring,
but I think it turned out pretty cute.
It will join all the other pillows on my door couch.
Pillows are such a simple sewing project.
Now that I've made several, I may be ready to move on to a more complicated sewing project. . .
Thanks for stopping by and God bless.
When a man's ways please the Lord,
He makes even his enemies to be at peace with him.
This post is linked to Funky Junk, Simple Nature Decor, Tatertots and Jello, The Creative Collection,
and My Repurposed Life.