Travel Trailers Pillow Covers Finished

My April ‘19 One Monthly Goal was to make two Travel Trailer pillow covers in similar color schemes—one that will be given to my brother and sister-in-law along with their Camping Quilt (look for a post soon on the finished camping quilt), and the other pillow is for my friend, Sharon, who recently bought a travel trailer. Here is the one for my brother/sister-in-law:

And here is the pillow for my friend, Sharon:

Making these travel trailer pillow covers is one of my 2019 Qtr 2 Finish-A-Long Goals.

See my April ‘19 One Monthly Goal link at the top of this post for information about the Travel Trailer pattern.

Linking up to:

Elm Street Quilts: April ‘19 OMG Finishes. I’m also linking up with 2019 Qtr 2 Finish-A-Long Finishes.

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5 Responses to Travel Trailers Pillow Covers Finished

  1. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! Cute, cute, CUTE pillows. I love every single thing about them – the fabrics, the colors, the quilting, every.single.thing. Happy Friday to you. ~smile~ Roseanne


  2. What a cute pattern, and I really like how you framed the block to make the pillow tops. How did you finish the pillow backs? I really love the simplicity of envelope closures and might dare to try a zipper sometime soon. 🙂


  3. Frédérique says:

    Cute pillows, ready for holidays!


  4. patty says:

    Love it! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.


  5. Pat Taylor says:

    Visiting by way of Patty’s OMG – those camper pillows are adorable. Those of us who have a “2nd home” in an RV love to add personal touches – know your pillows will be much appreciated!


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