Friday, July 30, 2010

Moroccan Pouf 2.0


Jennifer Kee at The Fabled Needle tried my pouf tutorial and came up with this summery vintage rendition. (She spent a long time looking for a tutorial by searching 'Moroccan ottoman.' So for the sake of search engines everywhere, I will throw the word ottoman into this post a few times. Ottoman.)

Isn't the doily "lid" brilliant?

Elizabeth Abernathy's potato print version is here.

My ugly-party-dress-to-pouf is here.


Have a nice weekend.

Ottoman. Ottoman. Ottoman

7 comments:

  1. Ottoman, dear Bromeliad, ottoman.

    (I'm the chorus)

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  2. If you have more than one, are they ottomen?

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  3. The directory on my laptop says ottomans - but i like ottomen better :)

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  4. I think I need to buy one. It is an amazing stuff to have in your living room. I want to thank you for sharing those very informative links. The sites are very useful.

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  5. I finally made an ottoman out of an alphabet printed cotton shower curtain from Target. It was great fun and then I had to think of what to stuff it with. I was making it for my daughter and was at her house. She had the brilliant idea of using her exercise ball! We deflated it a bit, put it inside the pouf and stuffed around that with plastic bags! IT WORKED GREAT!

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  6. I would love to convert my coffee table bench to an ottoman... one day!

    xo,
    cristin

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  7. This one is really cute! It's amazing how just using different fabric to make up the same pattern results in totally different looks.

    P.S. I'm still really enjoying mine!

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