Steampunk Crazy Pillow

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As you may have noticed, since it’s after Christmas, and I haven’t posted about the Christmas crazy quilt. It isn’t done.  And it made me a little sad.  And what better way to make yourself happy than to have a nice quick finish?  My solution? A pillow case to match my Steampunk crazy quilt.

steampunk crazy pillow front


For the front of the pillow, I used the same technique I used to create my blocks, but worked with a muslin cut to 19 inches.

back of steampunk pillow

closeup of steampunk pillow back

The back of the pillow is made envelope style with the remainder of the neutral sketch print I used for the center of the front, and for some of the blocks on the quilt.

I love how it came out.  It’s a nice coordinating addition to the living room, and an amazing #sewourstash project.  After all, as much as I love it, this Steampunk fabric isn’t something that would work in every project.

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  1. WaggonsWest on December 31, 2013 at 10:05 pm

    I will comment here! I love it. The Rhino fabric is great! You made some great color and trim choices.

  2. Rachee on January 14, 2014 at 6:51 pm

    Oooh! I have a friend who LOVES steampunk. This would be such a cool pillow for her! I also think this would be a funky addition to my home!

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