Dec 032011
 

I don’t know why, but I imagined “dresden” being moaned like “zombiessssss…”

So, at 8pm on Thursday night, Mr. Yazoo got a call from his sister to let him know that their dad was treating family dinner the following night as their grandma’s early birthday. Bwhuh? No notice! Ever eager as I am to justify my piles and piles of fabric, I dashed out to buy a pillow form and then made this cover (using Amy’s terrific tips) before I went to bed.


I had visions of making a cute, modern, hand-quilted pillow cover, but 1) the dresden I made took up most of the blank space and 2) I wanted to get at least four and a half hours of sleep before work the next morning. :>

  7 Responses to “Dresdennnn”

  1. that’s adorable!!! i love the stamping!

  2. Err, how generous of Mr Yazoo senior (come on now, he gave you nearly 24 hours, geez ;o) ) Still, the outcome looks fab, well done!

  3. So cute! I love the colors/fabrics you used. And your productivity amazes me!

  4. Wow! Your fast! This came out cute! I like the stamp idea. Hope dinner is good 🙂

  5. I am so impressed that you can jusst shift gears, change plans and go for it! Its cute and colorful, with a great message, what’s not to love!

  6. Grandma is going to love it, It’s so sweet! I’m curious to know what kind of ink you used?

  7. I love it! I’ve been wanting to try dresdens for ages, and yours look so cute! I like your red, pink and yellow palette. The center message is so sweet, it’ll make it a special treasure for her.

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