Hanna from Stripes & Polka Dots says she has a love-hate relationship with poufs. She loves the look and function, but why must they be so crazy expensive? Hanna had been thinking (and thinking some more) about making her own until she finally took the plunge, creating this numbered wonder inspired by Land of Nod. […Read More]
After sharing Charlotte’s handmade pouf this morning, I wanted to give Susan from Living with Punks another moment in the spotlight. I featured the floor cushions she created for her wee ones almost three years ago when KOD was just a baby. Oh me oh my… her fabric choices simply blow the inspiration right out of the water!
Charlotte from Ciburbanity recently participated in a contest where she was challenged to create a sewing project using fabric from Waverly. Since she doesn’t consider herself a skilled seamstress, Charlotte knew a copycat project was the way to go and found an adorable numeric pouf for inspiration. She combined her lovely blue floral fabric with canvas drop cloth to put a fun twist on Land of Nod’s comfy math cushion.
When Katie from On the Banks of Squaw Creek needed a place to prop up her feet she didn’t have to look any further than her own basement. She had an old ottoman stored down there that bore a distinct resemblance to popular Moroccan poufs. Katie cleaned the ottoman and gave it a quick coat […Read More]
Brittany from Brittany Makes was inspired by West Elm’s “luxurious floor pillows” to set out on a pouf-making endeavor. I am seriously blown away by her craftsmanship. From square to round to solid to tribal to crocodile, Brittany shows you all kinds of pouf possibilities that will surely make you a fellow pouf-lover! Brittany was […Read More]
Like everyone else, Angela from Decorating the Dorchester Way is in love with the pouf. Angela says, “I received a sewing machine for Christmas and I can sew a pillow, so I figured I could make a pouf! It was really rather simple and worth the savings of $219!” Angela did an amazing job and […Read More]