February 6, 2010

More BCH Pillows

 

I have received so many wonderful comments since my last post about my pillows!   The encouragement seems to have catapulted me into a pillow sewing frenzy!!!!  As long as I am enjoying it,  I am going to run with it. 

I have also been running a chemistry lab out of the kitchen!!!  After a lot of trial and error, trips to the hardware store,  goof ups, late nights, and brain cell damage (!), I have finally come up with a good transfer method.  It took long enough!

Here are a few more creations.  Some have already sold and a few haven’t been listed in the shop yet.

 

This guy only lasted a few hours in the shop. 

 

 

Now,  I need to make another one for moi!

 

 

I do have such a weakness for pillows!

 

 

Another BIG burlap pillow – lovin’ the little green tree frog!

 

 

How could Isabel pass this up???

 

 

How precious is this vintage basket????

It is made from safety pins and pink knobby beads!  Sweet!!!

A handful of pink tulips spilling out would be perfect.

 

I appreciate every one of you.  If you have been reading and not talking, now would be a wonderful time to say hello.  I would love it!

Rhonda

23 comments:

  1. I love all your pillows! You are a talented lady. I love visiting you, I feel like I have known you for a long time.

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  2. Hi there Rhonda! I think this is my first time visiting your blog! Couldn't resist saying that I saw a basket like that in Country Living magazine not too long ago in the "what's it worth?" section! Lovin your pillows!

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  3. Ooooh, I can see why they haven't lasted long....adorable!!!

    Suzanne

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  4. I'm not surprised that first pillow sold out, Rhonda! Are you taking orders for that one? So glad you are having such a great time sewing up pillows. I always found pillows to be a quick way to add some decor; and the possibilities are as endless as your fabric choices.

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  5. No wonder they got snapped up! suzie xxx

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  6. These are wonderful, I love the style.

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  7. Beautiful!!! No wonder they're flying out of your shop. :)

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  8. Beautiful pillows. I'm glad you have figured out a good method for transfers because I haven't. I can't tell you how many I have messed up.

    Sissie

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  9. I love the look of the linen (?) and the burlap. I am glad you perfected the transfer method because I really want one of those pillows!! You do beautiful work!

    xoxo
    Janie

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  10. Oh wow!!! I can definitely see why that first pillow there was so Hot!!! :) Gorgeous!!! Good thing it wasn't the only one left in a physical store! There would have been a fight!! lol :)

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  11. Dang! I hope you make more of the french pillows! I would love to buy one - let me know when you add more and how much!!!!!! =) I'm a sucker for French + pillows!

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  12. Love, love, love your pillows....they are gorgeous!

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  13. OMGoodness! Rhonda! Dang those are some awesome pillows! Just lovely!

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  14. I'm with everyone else, I love that first pillow and want one, now go make a bunch of them and then email us when you're finished. LOL. Seriously, I WANT ONE! So pretty with that little ruffle! So Glad you came by today!
    hugs,
    Debra

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  15. OMG, I love love love those pillows! Yes, it is no wonder they sold out fast! And that vintage basket? Oh, man, I loved seeing it- my gram used to make these by the dozens. She had them tucked everywhere in her house! (Most of them held some sort of goodie- like hard candy or gum) I'm so glad you shared this! :)

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  16. ooh la la! That French pillow is my new favorite! Besides the beautiful transfer, I love the shape and size of it. Well done!!

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  17. HOW GORGEOUS! Great work, I love your pillows~ Cindy

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  18. I am *CRAZY* about that pillow with the numbered game pieces! So much so that I just BOUGHT it! Yay me! ;-)

    And thank you so much for your comments on my "burnout" post, every visit and comment means so much to me!

    XO,
    Anne

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  19. Have you shared your transfer technique, yet? I'd love to try it.

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  20. Hey there Missy!
    Your Fourth and Third Sisters and your umpteenth neice in sunny St. Pete like your pillows too. Wish you were here with awesome Miss Sophie....she is running with the big poodle dogs. Who does pillow-making remind us of? Wouldn't she be proud? Our lovely mama. It must be genetic!
    All of us!

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So happy you are here - I love your comments!