Since I've retired I've had the wonderful opportunity to spend my time creating things, nothing in particular just whatever tickles my fancy. But I've noticed is that I jump from one thing to another when it comes to my creativity and craft. One minute I'm making coffee filter flowers, the next is sewing, then painting and then back to flowers and so on. I find I tend to get hooked on something and then I'm obsessed with it until I tire of it and need to find something else.
One thing that I spent a lot of time on last winter was making pouf's. What is a pouf you ask? In the Cambridge Dictionaries the meaning is "a soft round or square seat with no back or sides, used for sitting or resting your feet on".
I made these cute and comfortable pouf's for my family room. Our family room is not all that large and an awkward space for furniture. So I decided to make these two pouf's for extra seating when company comes over. They've come in quite handy in the past and when not using them I pile them in a corner. I've even used them on occasion to sit by the coffee table and have an intimate dinner by the fire while watching a good movie.
Other pouf's I've made are for toddlers. I have sold many of these cuties and they are quite popular with new mothers for their child's room or playroom.
This little sweetie really loves her pouf and I was privileged to received these beautiful photographs from her mom on how much she enjoys playing and sitting on her pouf! How cute is that!!