Tuesday, May 18, 2010

The Moroccan pouf goes viral


Slight exaggeration there. But! Somebody did make the pouf!

Elizabeth at Absinthe and Orange followed my tutorial and made her own pouf. And, being the true artist and crafty lady that she is, she did one better. She potato printed the fabric. I am in awe.

Check out her pouf here.

11 comments:

  1. I think you should start a pouf business (eBook tutorial, etsy shop, etc.) ;-)

    xo,
    cristin

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  2. Thanks. Although I'm a lousy production worker. Once I figure out how to make something, I lose interest in making it again.

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  3. Whow. I'm so impressed.

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  4. I need to make a pouf! Yes, I am jumping on the pouf making bandwagon.

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  5. Great tutorial on this, hers is pretty great too. I was in awe of that potato stamp!

    Yeah, I guess green to white might be a bit more difficult. Though my beads were half an evergreen color and the coverage was just as good as on the light beads. But I'm no professional painter! Is your husband maybe worried that you'll want him to do this for you? :) Good luck!

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  6. me to..i wanna pouf!! and i am going to stuff it with all the bits off my serger that i have been making cushion inserts out of!

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  7. Elisa @ whatthevitaMay 19, 2010 at 8:35 AM

    wow, thats beautiful. if only i knew how to sew... I hope to learn soon!

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  8. Will @ Bright.BazaarMay 19, 2010 at 3:19 PM

    Just discovered your blog - now following as its full of inspiration!

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  9. Alexis L. of One Grand HomeMay 21, 2010 at 8:49 AM

    A beautiful pouf. I really love the potato printing.

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  10. Thanks for sharing my version of your pouf! Your tutorial is great!

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  11. thefabledneedle (jen)July 9, 2010 at 4:52 PM

    i found your blog via your pouf tutorial! i'm going to try to make one. if it works out, i'll post it to my blog (with a link back to you!).

    thanks for the freebie!

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