Yes I'm a good girl. I've been sharing. My twin girls wanted to do some sewing so I allowed them to pick freely from my scraps boxes. And I had to leave the room because I wanted to spend the whole time saying - OK any piece but not that piece. Or that piece. Or that piece either. Especially when she grabbed one of the only existing pieces of Summersville on the whole planet. So I left the room and left them hacking into my scraps with the 5" square cutter on the Accuquilt Baby Go Cutter. It's hard to share.
Anyway, as you can see, one pillow is finished. 18" X 28", backed with Julia's wonderful fusible fleece and made to the size that we Brits use as a pillow to put our heads on in bed. We call these pillows and we call the square pillows that you scatter over sofas cushions. I pronounce that "cush-un" but my husband is Welsh and pronounces it "cush-in". So he laughs at me and I laugh at him and my little Welsh neices used to spend happy hours making me say "cushion" and "curtain" when I should have been saying "cush-in" and "cur-tin".
Amy is posing here with the back of her pillow in our conservatory. I only point that out because for some reason, I get a great reaction from the US when I say that we have a conservatory. You in the US think it makes me posh to have a conservatory. Whereas conservatories are ten a penny in England. We almost all have them. Plastic additions to our houses which take up 90% of our gardens. You should know that I am posh though. Practically as posh as the queen.