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Greendale Home Fashions 20-Inch Square Floor Pillow Omaha/Amigo fabric, Bitter
Plush floor pillow offers quick and comfy seating anywhere. Dimensions: 20-Inch Length by 20-Inch Width by 5-Inch High. Button-tufted with generous poly stuffing for extra comfort and longevity. Cushions can stack when not in use to preserve floor space. Made in the USA. Deluxe Microfibre fabric is water and stain resistant. Filled with 100-Percent post-consumer fiberfill (made from recycled plastic bottles). Your purchase directly diverts plastic bottles from landfills! Secure carry-handle for transportation. Decorative corded edges. Certified fabric is manufactured with processes. 100-Percent Nylon face. Spot Clean.76% (18)
sewing room decor, the beginning.
well, i have started the daunting task of decorating my sewing room - finally. right now, pretty much everything in there is white, so i'm starting with a blank slate. well, a blank slate, plus a magenta rug, a vintage orange ikat rug, and lots of sewing supplies. i was having a heck of at time finding some art/posters for the walls. there are two very large and very bare walls in this room that need some love. i scoured the internet but couldn't find what i wanted. even on etsy! so... i bought some cheap 11x14" frames, a can of orange spraypaint, and two large sheets of magenta posterboard. i have a bunch of great photos and magazine pages that will get framed. i have two orange lanterns leftover from the ones i bought for the bedroom. and i stretched some great orange fabrics onto embroidery hoops... but now i am thinking i might want to paint those hoops magenta, if i can find the right color spraypaint.... if not, its okay... i may get three more to stretch some magenta fabric - though thats a color thats so hard to find! i've collected some fabric pieces to make a sewing machine cover.. maybe appliqued hexagons on linen? (and you can see the orange rug!) i have more frames waiting to be painted, and i need to re-do my mantle. right now its all white, but i think i may be incorporating my aqua ball jars and who knows what else :) always a WIP! i would also like to whip up a handful of large floor pillows for when i'm planning out projects.... and i'm hoping that once i can get this room decorated, i'll be more motivated to get in there and sew! ;) the hardest part is going to be finding the perfect curtain fabric.New bed
19/365: My husband and I have been sleeping on a blow-up mattress since June. This morning we woke up at 5:30 am to find ourselves sinking towards the floor! So we went and bought a relatively cheap but still decent mattress; our real bed (which was spendy and perfect) is in storage that we cannot access unless we want our entire household of stuff deposited at our current, temporary house, which happens to belong to my parents, and is already quite full of stuff. We thought we could last on the blow-up mattress until we both found jobs and moved out to our own place, but decamping to living room couches before a cold, wet dawn, I declared we would not buy another blow-up mattress. On pain of death would I go to sleep on one again. Here I am enjoying the sweetest feeling in the world, which is the sensation of a sudden flood of memory that this is what a bed is supposed to feel like (not a glorified vinyl balloon) and this is where you are supposed to sleep (not on the floor but elevated on a box spring and a bed frame). I know some people don't like bed frames, but having lived in a nonexistant-bed-frame household growing up, as an adult I always feel better elevated a little higher up from the floor. There is something so delicious about waking up and swinging my legs down and not quite reaching the floor -- I like my sleep peaceful, floating, removed from the mundane surfaces where I prefer to strew my clothing and shoes and papers willy-nilly...
Celebrated designer Amy Butler brings her fresh, modern style to the timeless craft of sewing. In this lavishly illustrated collection of patterns, she presents more than 25 charming projects ranging from cushy floor cushions to smart aprons to stylish handbags. Our innovative packaging makes for easy usepattern sheets are neatly tucked into a folder on the inside cover of this full-color, lay-flat spiralbound book. Lush photographs inspire, while how-to illustrations and straightforward text (minus the confusing sewing lingo) make it a cinch to achieve beautifully finished projects. In addition, Amy offers thoughtful tips on finding and treating new or vintage fabrics, an easy-to-navigate techniques section, and a glossary and resource guide at back. Whether it's chic placemats and napkins for the kitchen, a luxurious kimono-style robe for the bath, or handy organizer baskets for the home office Amy Butler's In Stitches makes it easy to create beautiful accessories for every room and every mood.See also:
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