There, it is finished !
Ok, I'll admit: Turning the honeycomb into a pillow was no picnic. The fabric I chose is a bit stretchy and made things even more challenging. I've learned my lesson for the next time : once it is done it needs to be sewn on stabilizer. But hey, it didn't turn out too bad.
See the tutorial for honeycomb tucks here
Caroline, I can not wait to try this. My grandmother use to do this, she called them smocked pillows. Thank you very much for sharing.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you found some inspiration here. Good luck! Let me know how it turns out :)ReplyDelete
nice job! I may try it with hopes it comes close to looking like yours!ReplyDelete
Wow! That is amazing. I'm loving this honeycomb pattern. Can you come over and walk me through it step by step? ;)- Great job!ReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up to my first link party on Friday! I hope you can join again this week with another great craft idea!
Hehehe, unless you are in MD that would be pretty hard but a video would be helpful. I wish I was equipped for that actually. Maybe in the future...
@ Jen I'd love to see how it turns out !
That is gorgeous but I don't think I have a yearning to try it...somethings intimidate me. :)ReplyDelete
Very well done! It looks great. Visting from the CSI project.ReplyDelete
I just came over from the CSI project and I love this pillow. It looks like a TON of work though! Was it frustrating? I submitted my pleated pillow and I know that was frustrating!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, I'm your newest follower!
kristie @ making life a Bliss
that is a beautiful pillow, can't believe it's handmade! nice work.ReplyDelete
Very cute. I may have to try this.ReplyDelete
Great idea. thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete