Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Sew Lux Design Challenge :: The Tutorial


Accepting the Sew Lux Design Challenge consisted of several steps. First was picking a bundle of fat-quarters from the shop at Sew Lux Fabric & Gifts.
Next was the interview

And finally, creating a new project for you! The tutorial is now available for my Mod Angles Cushion. Head on over to Sew Lux, then let me know what you think!


Linking up with {sew} Modern Monday and Fabric Tuesday.

18 comments:

Carla said...

It's gorgeous Debbie. Congrats on your success ; )

Heidi Staples said...

Beautiful, Debbie! I do love those prints and colors together!

Svetlana said...

Love it, Debbie!!!

**nicke... said...

oh debbie! it is gorgeous! love love lovely!

Heather D. said...

Really really nice Debbie! I love the rectangular shape. I've only ever made square cushions.

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

This is so fun and the rectangle shape makes it a stand out for sure! Thanks for the tutorial.

Patchwork and Play said...

Very stylish! I love this shape of cushion! And that solid background - perfect!

Elizabeth Dackson said...

This is really cool, Debbie! I really like the colors you used, especially :)

Jennifer said...

how cute! love! i've never made pillows, typically the front panel should be the size of the pillow form? i.e. i have a 20" pillow form so i should shoot for a 20.5 x 20.5 front panel you think?

Live a Colorful Life said...

Very cute and creative!

Kristen said...

Congrats!

What a wicked cool pillow. Love it.

Kirsten said...

Love this design Debbie - the angles are so cool! And I happen to have a pillow form the same size just waiting for a cover too:)

Leanne said...

This is lovely. I also like those fancy HSTs.

Denise Russell said...

What a great design! I loved your tutorial... Another cool project for my list!!!

Izzy said...

Beautiful projects. Love it!

Nicole said...

Cute pillow, Debbie! Love the binding you chose.

Rachel said...

Ooooooooooh! Aaaaaaaaaah!

Andrea said...

It´s beautiful! I love the colores and your quilting. Great job!