Back at the end of October I blogged about the launch of my friend's book, called Billy Tabbs and the Glorious Darrow (for sale now on Amazon). My friend, the author of the book, is named Michael P. Michaud.
One of the things that I found interesting about the novel, is a certain symbol that Michael invented that becomes an integral part of the plot. I thought it would be interesting to make something with the symbol on it and Michael agreed, so with his permission I had the symbol printed in an all-over print on some fabric, which I ordered from Spoonflower.
Here are some pillows I made for Michael using the fabric. I made two 18" x 18" pillows that have the Billy Tabbs fabric on the front and faux leather on the back, and then I made two smaller 14" x 14" pillows that have the Billy Tabbs fabric on both the front and the back. Originally, I thought I would stuff the pillows myself, but I found it was much quicker and easier just to buy pillow forms.
Click here to read my original post about Billy Tabbs and the Glorious Darrow: Burda 6853 & Billy Tabbs