Saturday, September 16, 2017

Bohemian Pillows From A Table Runner

I found this table runner at Walmart. 
It was $10.00. 


It reminded me of two things. 
It reminded of me of the West Elm store in NYC. 


It also reminded me of the Johanna Gaines line that is sold through Bed, Bath and Beyond. 
A look very similar to a pillow cover I found at Hobby Lobby. 


I decided to make pillows out of the table runner for the trailer.
One table runner made three pillows.
$3.33.
That is some cheap fun, right there! 


Black and white has been a favorite scheme of mine since the late 90s.
It had been on hiatus for a couple of years while I branched out into other color schemes.
I'm bringing it back into our fall decor.

Two of the pillows are reserved for the trailer remodel.


The third pillow is in the living room.





It was in the brown club chair until I went back to Hobby Lobby to get the pillow cover that I mentioned above.


Now the table runner pillow cover is on the couch.  It's resting with a green velvet pillow from World Market, two ticking pillows from Pottery Barn and two pillows that I made from suiting fabric.
The throw is from IKEA. Sadly, these have been discontinued.



I'm adding layers to warm things up for fall.


I may be dragging out the pumpkins this week. Yahoo.


Thanks for stopping by to have a look.
I appreciate you.
Katie


You might find me at these fun parties.
Dishing and Digging It @ Life and Linda, 

10 comments :

  1. Those look great, Katie! I admire those who sew so well and so often!

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  2. Your pillows look amazing. What clever shopping/sewing! I have the same IKEA throw. Wish I'd bought a couple more of them.

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  3. Love the pillow cover. I used to make all mine, but lately I have seen so many pretty ones that I have been buying them.

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  4. what a great idea to use the table runner, and I love the black/white design!

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  5. Love your pillows! I love using runners for other great sewing projects. With finished edges and finished trims you can't beat it! Great idea. Saw your post at the wow it wed. party:)

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