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spot on pillow by malka dubrawski

As we looked over the dozens of projects in 100 Pretty Little Projects and tried to decide what ones we wanted to share here on the blog, a pillow wasn’t on the top of our minds. But something about the fabrics that Malka Dubrawsky used in Spot On made us stop flipping the pages. Maybe it’s the colors. Or maybe it’s the leaf and water motifs. Whatever it is that speaks to you, you can’t deny there are little bursts of late summer in those little spots.

100 Pretty Little ProjectsBut the beauty of this design is that the circles can take on any theme you want. Maybe you have some fabric with text on it for a back-to-school style pillow. Or maybe you’re thinking ahead and want to use oranges and reds for a more fall-friendly version. Whatever adventure you choose, whatever theme you pick, have fun with it.

Download the project here.

Download the template here.

Oh and don’t forget your popsicle right here!

 
 
 
 

7 Responses

    Suze says:

    Oh thanks! Leaf and water motifs-my favorite! The pillow looks like fun!

    Sosa says:

    Love the fabric of this pillow! Thank you for sharing :)
    When I try to dowload the file of “Download the project”, I get error messages.

    [...] Head over to Lark Books for a tutorial showing how to make this super awesome Spot On pillow, designed by Malka Dubrawsky.   The large colorful dots can be cut from fabrics in your scrap bin.  It’s  an excerpt from their book, 100 Pretty Little Projects.  Get the free project at Lark Books. [...]

    [...] Head over to Lark Books for a tutorial showing how to make this super awesome Spot On pillow, designed by Malka Dubrawsky.   The large colorful dots can be cut from fabrics in your scrap bin.  It’s  an excerpt from their book, 100 Pretty Little Projects.  Get the free project at Lark Books. [...]

    [...] for the book 100 Pretty Little Projects by Lark Books. Found on Free Project Friday at Lark Crafts. Get the free pattern for Spot On Pillow. You may also [...]

    Hey just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The text in your article seem to be running off the screen in Opera. I’m not sure if this is a formatting issue or something to do with internet browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know. The design look great though! Hope you get the problem resolved soon. Cheers

    F*ckin¦ awesome things here. I¦m very happy to see your article. Thank you so much and i’m taking a look ahead to touch you. Will you kindly drop me a mail?

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