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personalized baby blankets Happy Holidays with FreeSpirit & Rowan- Pinwheel & Pom Pom Pillow customized rustic pillow covers

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Some pillows are elegant, some are functional, and some are just pure entertainment. Our chubby little peppermint candy of a pillow, in fabrics from Verna Mosquera's new Pirouette collection for FreeSpirit Fabrics, is just that: jolly good fun! We spun alternating wedges of fabric into a darling pinwheel pattern ringed with poms... because you?simply can't look at bouncy pom poms without smiling.?This is a pillow that will brighten any surface it lands on. Today's our last day working with the vintage loveliness of Verna's new Pirouette - her ninth collection for FreeSpirit, which will begin appearing next monthpersonalized baby blankets, December 2012, at participating online and in-store retailers.?

This is a great project to practice sewing curves, attaching trims and making covered buttons. But even with all these great little touches, it's still a very easy project.

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Three designers down... one to go! It's been a joy to work with FreeSpirit, Rowan Fabrics and Ty Pennington Impressions to create a slate of fast and easy, "do-it-in-a-day" projects during our Happy Holidays series. These are simple yet classic creations executed in gorgeous fabrics - perfect for holiday giving and decorating, but with a beauty that will last year 'round.?

During our first week, you met Melissa White of Rowan Fabrics and her new Amelie's Attic collection. For Week #2, we paired up with Ty Pennington Impressions to feature Ty's new Fall 2012 Collection. This week, you've been experiencing the charming sweetness of Verna Mosquera's Pirouette. Coming up right after Thanksgiving, we bring you Alchemy from Amy Butler for Rowan Fabrics, using Rayon, Velveteen, Sateen Bliss and Cotton Laminates along with traditional Cottons.

In addition, for all of the projects in our series,?Westminster?helped us put together a handy?Where to Buy Retailer Locator, giving you a fast and easy way to source the fabrics we are featuring from both brick and mortar stores in your area (the page is broken out by state) as well as online options.?

The yardage shown below includes extra to allow you to fussy cut all the wedges. If you do not feel your fabric requires fussy cutting, you can probably get away with just ? yard of each .

Contributors

Project Design: Alicia Thommas Sample Creation and Instructional Outline: Debbie Guild

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