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« on: August 11, 2011 01:14:24 AM »

I have a big red couch, and over sized chair.  I love it!
But I want to give it a bit more character.  I was thinking of going to GW and buying up a bunch of great screen Tees
and making pillows to replace the huge back pillows that are on it now.  Just not sure if I want the Tee fabric to be used
on both sides, or cut up the red pillow coverings that the big pillows are made from.  I had the thought if I do this than I
can easily turn around the ones that might will have something possibly offensive to company.

Not that I really care, but we are Military and I deal in pet rescue, so different people come over.  What would you suggest?
I don't mind cutting up these ginormous red pillows and use it as backing for T-shirt pillows, just wondering if anyone else
here might have a better idea.  I DO plan on using the stuffing from the big red ones so I do not have to buy any.

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