I love all things celestial. When I saw this pillow on Pinterest, original link HERE, I decided I had to make my own, but a smaller version.
I traced the crescent onto the fabric, placed it into a large hoop and did all the button work. I wish I had come farther out with the nose, and working on top of it looked like it was fine, but seeing it now it's a little short.
Embroidered the hanger with gold floss and added a gold button. I have a sewing machine but I don't know how to use it, so I had to hand sew the back and front, then stuff it and sew it shut. Not perfect but not bad for a first try.
It looks great! The nose looks fine to me, but if you're not happy, you can add on extra buttons.ReplyDelete
Have you tried Utube for a tutorial on how to use your machine?
I think it looks amazing!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful job! It looks great (even the nose).ReplyDelete
Do you have the link from the original pin on Pinterest? To be counted as an official entry in the contest, there needs to be a link to the original site/pin.
Looks good. Is it designed to lean back on though? I foresee buttons digging in the back!ReplyDelete
Lovely! I do envy your talent!ReplyDelete
Your pillow looks great, and I love the color!ReplyDelete
Val, no it's just a small decorative pillow like most of the other pillows I've made. :)ReplyDelete
Absolutely love this pillow!ReplyDelete
i liked it a lot! you always come up with some pretty, magical things (still remember your dream catchers;)ReplyDelete
These are too cool! Love me some moons <3ReplyDelete
Love the pillow! What a fun idea!ReplyDelete
Love, love, LOVE THIS!!! Fantastic job!ReplyDelete
Oh, the moon is my passion. And this one is beautiful!ReplyDelete
I'm sure you can do like four kinds of season. I can see sun for summer. Something floral for spring. Snowflakes for winter. Hmm... fall... orange colors...ReplyDelete
Sonnia J. Kemmer