Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Getting Cushy - Part Two


After showing off my most recent foray into cushion making, I'd completely forgotten about these gorgeous cushions that I created for Gleaners Inc.


Scotland..... this one reminded me of my crafty cousin Iona. She runs community craft workshops and has an online eco-shop and a bricks and mortar eco-boutique named Wolf Bones in Glasgow.


Malta...... this one reminded me of Peta Pledger - dressmaker extra-ordinaire


and last but not least Tassie.....

This one reminds me of you Linda!

15 comments:

trudi@maudeandme said...

look great! Reminded me I still haven't made mine up. They were put in the too hard basket. Shall have to put them in the just do it basket.

Lola Nova said...

I love these Cam! So vibrant and gorgeous!

Julianne said...

I love maps. I have a bit of a collection of souvenir scarves A made a few into cushions but I found they were not very hard wearing (too many children jumping on them, kicking them....you get the picture!) but tea towels are a much better idea!

Anna Bartlett said...

Gorgeous, Cam. And lovely photography too.

Kylie said...

Lovely Cam.

petapledger said...

They're great - I do LOVE the Malta one so very much! x

Barn House Antiques said...

They look amazing!

Naturally Carol said...

Love those cushions Cam! I got my letter today from The Alfred..saying they were over their slowdown and back on regular schedule..I think we won! Yay.

Buy Design said...

Oooh. Everybody should have a map of Scotland cushion. And it's even got Blairgowrie on it.
Fiona x

Megan.K. said...

I love these! Clever using the red fabric as a back. It works really well with the vintage fabrics.
These photos are also particularly lovely Cam. Such soft pretty light.
x

2 pink possum lane said...

aaaawwwww thanks so much Cam I adore it!!!

LiteraryLadybug said...

Very cute pillows!

Jennifer Rose said...

love them :D the town i live in is on the scotland one :)

Cherie said...

Totally Gorgeous! And you, My Sweet, remind me why I took up art quilts and wall art that are minus zippers :)

Karin said...

Awesome! LOL! Gives me some ideas for things to do with a stash of fabric I smuggled back from my moms basement. Oh, it was a basement to die for! If only I lived in the same country!