Here it is, Print Parade #2 made into a pillow. I bit the bullet and took advantage of the completed quilt's already perfect color scheme for the front of my first pillow for this room. Then I had to find a backing, and searched in my quilt block UFO's for an appropriately related color scheme, as if, and actually found this Log Cabin. It was way too small so I added more fabric until it reached the necessary 24" square. Then batting and backing and quilting and voila! It was ready to assemble into a pillow.
There was a lot of Keiko and a little Kaffe fabric in this block, so it has class! I used the same green welting and cut out 1.5" squares from each of the four corners to form a mock box cushion and used the pillow form I made from the innards of two old bed pillows. This makes it much more substantial than a standard commercial insert, and yet very soft and malleable.
To my surprise, it fits the back of my chair just right. How's that Goldilocks?
I needed just a bit more cush for my back on this chair, so I am so happy to have this pillow fill the bill.