Yellow-Backed Calculus Pillow

May 25, 2012 at 10:27 pm | Posted in arts & crafts, Calculus, design, design your own fabric, fabric, fabric design, Handmade, Kawaii, Kristin Bell, math, Mathematics, pillow, sewing, sewn, yellow | 5 Comments

Calculus Pillow

I just finished making my yellow-backed Calculus pillow. It has soft fleece on the back and my Calculus fabric that I made on the front. Here is the link for the Calc Fabric: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/1147427. It took a lot of stuffing to fill it, and I probably should have made it with an insert instead of filling, but meh! I love it anyway! Should help me get comfy when I need to do my Calc homework! haha. And yes, it is made from actual Calculus homework! :) Yay!!!

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  1. Thats so cool , so when i cant sleep at night (which is not that uncommom) I can do calculus , and it looks really stylish. so it covers both form & funtion! Wow Kristin you are a genius.

  2. Wow! thats really good , so when I cant sleep at night (which is not uncommon) I can do some calculus , and it looks very stylish. It has form and fuction , Kristin you are a genius!

  3. That’s rather nice. An aunt sent me a calculus formulas T-shirt for Christmas; it’s almost too delightful to wear.

  4. hehe That is great! If I knew how to make a shirt, I would totally make one myself! :) What a delightful gift!!! And thank you for the compliment! :)

  5. haha…no genius. It was fun to make though! :)


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