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January 16, 2011



This is great! I like the thick band on the heart shape pillow.


Too cute:)

Kelly @ JAX does design

Your pillows look fantastic! And wow, you must have a lot of patience to sew on all those buttons! But worth the effort, because the button heart is a great detail :-)

Connie Huntington

popping over from BNOTP. Love these!! I've been looking for 'heart' pillow ideas. Thanks for sharing.


Love them! You were clever to think of using yarn as cording for this project.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions

These are fabulous, Judy! I just love the argyle heart shaped one! Funny you mention how they have things all arranged by color. I was just at our Goodwill this weekend and they are fixing things up and that is one of the things I noticed they did. I think it's a great idea and will make it easier for those shopping for clothes.


That argyle pillow is amazing!! I bet you'll have a million comments saying the same thing. I can't wait to make one.


Nice job! I think they are adorable! Now why wasn't I inspired to do that earlier. I guess it's not too late. Thanks for the lovely and sweet inspiration. These are great!


Those are just plain FABULOUS!! I must admit, the heart argyle is my favorite!! :)


Hi Judy...

Ohh my goodness, these are the prettiest Valentine pillows that I've ever seen...simply gorgeous, my friend! What a talented lady you are! I love the pink heart shaped pillow and think that the piping around the edge of the pillow is just so "smart" looking...love it! Ohhh..and the red pillow...with all those pretty white buttons...soooo pretty! I love that you used sweaters...but your pillows are really soft and cuddly! Thank you for sharing them with us...and the great tutorials!

Warmest winter wishes,
Chari @Happy To Design

Claire Rose

Both pillows are adorable-what a cute idea with the white buttons-and who doesn't love argyle-so creative!!I'm your newest follower!!


These are so thrifty wonderful! Nice job. ~Kelly

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Karie Jackson

Oh my goodness, they are darling. I keep seeing sweater pillows also and you have inspired me to try making one. Thanks for sharing. Yours are beautiful.


these are lovely! I wish I could find bargains in the Charity shop, but most things are rubbish or expensive!

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home

Aack! I adore the argyle one - you are sooo smart to think of using the pink and red for Valentine's Day! Yes, I know what dickies are, I used to have a couple when I was a kid.


Those pillow are adorable. Love the argyle. You are very talented.


These are great. I have seen sweater pillows a lot lately and I think I really like these the best.


Those are so cute! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!


Had to bookmark this for my crafts folder. Just love the idea and I bet they are plush feeling.


Those are STINKIN' cute! I want them!
You should come link this up to my weekly Thursday through Sunday Making It With Allie Link Party! I think it would make a Fabulous addition!

Robin~All Things Heart and Home

Super adorable! You really are ever so brilliant! Great job!
I love them both!


I thought I had commented... But I guess I didn't do the security feature after clicking post... anyways here was my comment... for starters it was thanking you for linking to It's Stinkin Cute Craft Thursday (ISCCT), but also was asking... no pleading that you post a more indepth detail on how you did the heart shape pillow with the cording. I am in dire need to make some like that for my sisters baby room before the baby arrives and I have no clue how to do the cording. It looks like you rocked it! Anyways, any advise or direction you can give would be great since I have looked for patterns and have found nada... THANKS AGAIN!!! Julie


Oh my goodness! Your pillows are so cute! I love the argyle one!

Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites last week!

Julie Boyer

oooh what beautiful pillows...I love the argyle!


Those pillows are beautiful. But I can't waste on cutting those sweaters. Can I just cut old t-shirts?

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