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also pondering from gift show

By 8/18/2010

pillas

24 comments

  1. These pillows are amazing! My mom has the Canada one and I have been coveting it for a while now!

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  2. I'm starting to see these all over, but it doesn't stop me from loving them... I want a bunch!

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  3. I love these pillows - especially the keys one! Where can I find???

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  4. A store in my town has had them for months...maybe over a year at this point. They aren't moving. :(

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  5. OMG, I adore them... I have to have the England & Paris ones for sure!

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  6. the city and state pillows are $150. how does that make you feel? good price point? they take 1 week to make and are sewn by hand. does that sell it?
    (they really are super fun in person, esp. the miami one. i sort of want it although i have no conection whatsoever to miami!)

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  7. my mom gave me one of these pillows when i moved to massachusetts as a goodbye gift. i get so many compliments on it and so many people ask where they can get one. i also was given the same thing but in drinking glasses with martha's vineyard. love them! anyway, love your blog and i wish i lived nearby to come see your store (awesome that it's online now). in fact i have just started a blog myself but it's still a little rough :) thanks for the inspiration!

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  8. I blogged about these recently....and am now the proud owner of "Louisiana" and "Indiana!" They are true showstopper in our casual TV den. Super fun!

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  9. I'm going to need the Paris pillow...

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  10. I love unique craftsmanship and handmade items that can't be bought just anywhere... I'd totally make the purchase for $150.00, especially since they'd be in the middle of my living room! Then again, maybe I'm just an easy sell! :-)

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  11. I love them, but I'm not of the financial station that I can drop $150 on a single pillow, despite the hand-made factor! Maybe one day.

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  12. These are so cute -- but I agree with some of the other comments, I've seen them at gift shops before and they're always too expensive!

    Which is too bad because I love them!

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  13. they are great but i see them everywhere and i mean EVERYWHERE. i think of your pillows as very different from everyone else

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  14. i love them but not sure I would pay $150 for a pillow that wasn't versatile enough to make it worth it. though they are certainly cute and I'm sure there are many people willing to pay that much!

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  15. Maybe you could carry the other less expensive products...the tea towels are also very cute!

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  16. The vintage ones you find on eBay, with a little wear and a little patina, are so wonderful. (I think of these as meant to be old, somehow.)

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  17. LOVE these! I've always wanted one.

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  18. Love these! Our family has two of the Seattle ones and when guests come to town they always want to go buy one! Certainly a great souveneir (sp?), but also great if you're a hometown kinda gal!

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  19. these sell like hotcakes. i live near greenbrier and gift shop there constantly running out of them.

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  20. they are so great! stinks about the price but if they are hand-stitched its makes sense.

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  21. These are great! You used to be able to get them from the Sundance catalogue. I would love for you to get them so I could see them in person before buying.

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  22. I have the England one! I found it at a thrift store for $5!! I didnt know they were expensive, I just thought it was a fun pillow..

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  23. I have the NY one. Love it. The price was a bit much but they are beautiful in person. The hand embroidery is amazing.

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