Monday, November 29, 2010

Felt Circle Pillow and Someday Crafts


This little felt-circle pillow was my weekend project. I LOVE how it came together. And so much faster than I thought. Today I'm guest blogging over at Someday Crafts and sharing the tutorial to make your very own! And it's even easier than it looks!

And it looks great with the Snowflake felt pillow from last year.



If you haven't visited the Someday Crafts blog, you must go. Michelle started her blog as a way to save great crafting tutorials to make "someday". The great thing is she does all the work finding creative stuff and shares it all in one place! She is a great resource. I met Michelle last summer. She is one of the funniest and most genuinely kind people I've met. I love meeting cool people. Go visit her!

21 comments:

  1. I LOVE this pillow!! I also love circles/dots.thanks for sharing,Amy

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  2. Great little pillow - I'm off to check out your tutorial (for my own "i'll make that someday" file)

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  3. Very cute pillow Amy! And thanks for sending us over to Someday Crafts.

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  4. Told you there and I'll tell you here...LOVE IT!

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  5. Very pretty and Christmassy! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. love the felt circles Amy!!! I totally want to make one. I'm so glad you also added about your snowflake pillow tutorial because I just yesterday went out and bought felt to make almost the exact same thing (colors reversed) and do a tutorial for it, that would have been embarassing - even though I hadn't seen your tute before. :) cuteness all around!

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  7. That is one happy pillow! I just happen to have a stack of felt sheets that I've been wondering how to use. I think I may have found the answer!

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  8. Your pillow is too cute!! i need one :) where'd you get your felt??

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  9. Love the pillow! Did you use wool?
    And guess what? My Accuquilt is on it's way!!!!!!!

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  10. I LOVE that pillow! You are one clever (and busy) girl! And the snowflake one is adorable too!

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  11. I Loooooove that pillow. It's so cheerful!

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  12. Hi! I followed you home from Someday Crafts, and I'm so glad I did. Your projects are beautiful. I love this pillow, so cheerful and bright. I'm your newest follower, and I'm looking forward to looking around your blog. I'd love to have you visit me too!

    http://www.amaskellantics.com/

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  13. I saw this on someday crafts, so pretty! I featured you both on crazydomestic.com today. Feel free to grab an "I was featured" button!

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  14. Both of those pillows are darling! I want them on my couch!!! :)

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  15. This is super fabulous! I love it!
    You should come link this up to my weekly Thursday Making It With Allie Link Party! I think it would make a Fabulous addition!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

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  16. Oh I have been dreaming about making some cushions for Christmas and LOVE this.. I think I will need to make 2.. I even have the felt.. thanks for the inspiration.

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  17. I just found your blog and I love that pillow! You have so many great projects! I would love you to stop by my blog on Tuesday. I am starting a link up for awesome projects like yours in the hope that more people can discover the projects we've all made and love. The link up is especially for older projects that we feel didn't get enough attention.
    So stop by on Tuesday!
    www.dosmallthingswithlove.com
    Nancy

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