A terrible distraction

July 26, 2010 at 11:21 am 3 comments

I did make some progress on the cushion exhibition at the weekend (not quite ready to show you the results yet – very soon though), but I’ve also been faced with some terrible distractions! There’s the crazy Cantonese ‘Jane Bond’ film series they’re showing at GOMA at the moment, there’s the real James Bond films on TV every Saturday night, there’s the lure of the kitchen and hot food to stave off the wintry weather, there’s this pile of cowboy and cowgirl pin-up fabric that showed up in the mail… How will I ever get anything done?!


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  • 1. Summer of the pin-up « Touchwooddesign  |  October 23, 2010 at 7:14 pm

    […] the summer of the pin-up cushion at my house, with this gorgeous Alexander Henry fabric joining the pile of cowgirl and cowboy pin-ups hiding under a pile of patterns on the couch. I’ve also got more of this fabric with a black […]

  • 2. TheSheriW  |  January 6, 2014 at 2:19 pm

    Where can I find such fabric? I have a western vintage pin-up pillow that was a gift and want to know where to find more fabric to make my own!! Thank you!

    • 3. touchwooddesign  |  January 6, 2014 at 8:05 pm

      Hi Sheri, you should have a look on Etsy.com – I’m sure you’ll find quite a few sellers who still have these fabrics. Cheers, Eileen.


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