Thursday, June 17, 2010

My creative space.......

Today, in "My Creative Space", I have been taking more photos of the cushions I have just finished.
This fabric is from the "Fragonard" collection by Richloom fabrics. I bought it years ago and I haven't had the guts ( I hope my MIL isn't readign this - she hates the word "guts". It is pretty awful isn't it) to chop in to it. But what is the point of having these wonderful fabrics if we don't use them?
And this one is made with a Laura Ashley fabric from the US. I have no idea what this one is called. Perhaps I should have looked at the selvedge?
I finished my sewing room curtains today too (YEAH!) and hubs helped me put them up. I will take a photo tomorrow and show you.
What happened in your creative space today?
More over here at Kirsty's.
Kathryn. XX

10 comments:

Buttons by Lou Lou said...

Definitely need to use up the fabric stash. Lovely cushions. Particularly like the Laura Ashley. Sounds like a very productive creative space. Lou.

Helmitarha said...

Those look great! Love the pink one! Have a nice day!
Jana

rachelmp said...

Wooohooo, finished curtains!

Kirsty said...

Amazingly satisfying when you do make the chop though. Well done.

Tania said...

I suffer from a serious case of stash angst. Cutting in to some fabrics has me umhing and aahing for ever - until I get so sick of myself I take the 'Random Everything' route.

Julia said...

Very pretty!

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

The only creatung here was My Bay making a Tent from my clothes horse and balnkets...In fact every balnket that was in the linen cupboard to be precise:)

Anita said...

Cushions are so special aren't they? Just by placing a gorgeous cushion on a chair can really spruce things up. Love the fabrics you have used. Kind regards, Anita.

jayayceeblog said...

Your pillows are absolutely gorgeous!

I didn't make them, but I was on the lucky receiving end of some adorable patchwork baskets made by my Mom.
http://jayayceeblog.blogspot.com/2010/06/handmade-patchwork-baskets.html

Alison said...

Such wonderful fabrics