Do you have left over triangles from your project?
Here are two options for using them to make decorator pillows to match your quilt. After making large flying geese blocks, I had flannel triangles that I cut from the corners. I pieced these together and cut them to size to fit a common pillow form (14" and 18"). These new triangle blocks can surround a large square or be set triangle block to triangle block as in the second example.
For this pillow, I added a narrow strip of fabric around the triangles to achieve the size I needed for the pillow form. This narrow strip also gave the illusion of a binding with less work.
For my third flannel pillow (scraps from a different quilt), I chose to try a pillow with a bit more character. I paired the triangles with the wrong sides together, top stitched the 90 degree corner and trimmed with pinking shears. I tucked these three dimensional triangles into seams on my pillow top and along the long edges of the pillow. Instantly, a pillow with a jazzed up personality.
The pillow pile continues to grow. How high will we get?