“The Constant Pillow”, For Sale

 

The Constant Pillow.   For Sale in my Etsy Shop.  $75 + $10 shipping.

As soon as I finished making the felted piece last week,  I could see it as a pillow.

I knew I wanted to use fabric that juxtaposed the soft, organic texture of the felt.  So I looked to the colors in the scraps of silk I embedded in the felt and found their match in the silky fabric swatches that Uta gave me.

The silk pieces are twice recycled.  They come from a silk scarf that a friend gave me.  The scarf was made in India from old Sari’s.  It was the scarf that inspired me to make my Vintage Hankie Scarves. Threadbare in places and shredding, it’s the perfect material to add to felting.  The fibers of the silk easily intertwine with the fibers of the wool roving.

The iridescent edging of the pillow is from an old skirt.

I’m calling this pillow The Constant Pillow.

When I first posted a picture of the felted piece I made so many people commented that the symbol in the center looked like Pi.  (I didn’t intend for it to look like anything in particular, it was just a design)  I’m not one for Mathematics, even the basics.  It’s a language I don’t understand.  But when I looked on Wikipedia for the definition of Pi, the first thing that came up, that I could understand, was that Pi is a constant.

I still don’t know what that means mathematically, but I like the idea of The Constant Pillow.  Something you can depend on.  Something that is always there. A comfort in its consistency.

The Constant Pillow is 22′ x22″ from edge to edge.  It’s $75 + $10 shipping.

I’m selling it in my Etsy Shop.  You can get there by clicking here, or by clicking on the Etsy icon on the top of my blog.

Or if you’d rather, you can email me here at [email protected].

The felted piece when I first made it.

Creating the pillow around the felted piece….

Trying out the edging.

 

2 Responses to ““The Constant Pillow”, For Sale”

  1. Uta says:

    I love it just beautiful. I wish I was just starting out it would be the kind of thing I would want for my house.

  2. Maria says:

    I couldn’t have made it without your fabric Uta.

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