A spectrum of soft, felted wool offers up a quick, easy, and absolutely stunning patchwork throw!
Did you hear that? Piet Mondrian just rolled over in his grave. (Either that or my cat fell off the chair on which she's napping.) Some of you may remember that I made a pillow based on the artist's iconic Composition II in Red, Blue and Yellow in the fabulous Curbly title, Make It! Midcentury Modern. That interpretation was a, more or less, one-for-one fabric reinterpretation. For this new version, I decided to go a bit more lighthearted with what might be called Patchwork in Red, Blue and Yellow.
Read on to find out how to make your own pillow, and get a special limited time discount on the fabrics I used here!
Sherri Lynn's mending would make people WANT to blow a hole in their jeans. Just look at it! Part patch, part patch-work, it really is a work of art. She shares her philosophy
Chair Blog posted this photo of an array of "granny quilt meets Arne Jacobsen egg chairs." This colorful group of chairs was decorated by Danish artist Tal R. and were spotted in Milan a couple of years back. They're Modern, Easter-y and old timey, a weird and wonderful visual for you on Easter Eve.
There's patchwork, and then there's PATCHWORK. I was relieved to find this photo over on Decor8 so I can cross it off of my 'to do' list of ideas. A cursory assessment indicates that all you need to for this smart, upholstered headboard is
Squint says yes. Just take a look at their vivid on-line portfolio for a little inspiration.