Last night I was intending to write a new post as I have loads of new things to share, but I got distracted first by ordering some fabric and then by feeling a little bit under the weather. Both Stuart and Holly have got various coughs and sneezes at the moment, and I ended up spending a restless night with a mean sore throat. But you don’t need your voice to write a blog, so here I am, ready to unveil the first of my new items that have been in progress for what seems to me like a very long time! So here it is, a unique and very comfortable cushion cover, embellished with three soft padded circles that are attached with metal poppers. This means that you can swap around where each one goes, and remove them to wash the cover. The cover itself is from Muji and closes with a zip. I have two more of these to come, one in a green colourway and the third is a sort of heather/aubergine. The blue one is listed in my etsy shop now. And thanks to cocoabeans for choosing one of my soft keyrings for her treasury. And last but not least, HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAD!!! Love you xxxx : )

10 comments:

blazedanielle said...

Beautiful!! Your colors and stitching are always so pretty. :)

And Happy Birthday to your Dad!

I hope you're feeling better now! :)

Glitterbee said...

OOOh It was my dads birthday yesterday too!
Happy Birthday our Dads!!
Cxx

Cherry Tart Design said...

I love that! How fun to change up the little cushions to create a different look.

M.Kate said...

You always come up with the prettiest stuff ever.

Gillian said...

Great cushion - looking forward to seeing the other colourways! The poppers are a fantastic idea too!

ARTISANNE said...

Gorgeous work!! And happy birthday to Dad :0)

Hey Harriet said...

I love that you can change around the padded circles on the cushion. How creative!

Happy birthday to you dad :)

Shayla said...

What a playful idea!

Colleen MacDonald said...

What a clever idea! It looks great, too (of course). I love the term "Poppers" to refer to the snaps. That's a new one to me! :)

Rachel said...

What a cute and clever idea - love it!
:)