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Couldn't help but try to make my own version of a Big Button Pillow I saw online. I changed it up by using a red fabric marker on ...
Sewing machine scissors 3/4 yard of twill red fabric marker various circle shapes for patterns ruler measuring tape embroidery floss long needle curved needle heavy thread
Use any round patterns you can find to trace circles on pillow fabric.
Trace around a circular pattern to make the inner circle.
Trace around a smaller circle pattern to make four 'thread holes'.
Pin the boxing or gusset piece all around the pillow top and stitch it at a 1/2" seam allowance.
Using sharp scissors, snip the seam allowance to allow the fabric to form a sharp circular shape.
Pin, stitch and snip the bottom side of the pillow just as in step 6. Leave a 7" opening for stuffing in the pillow form.
Make a pillow form 1" larger than the outside fabric using muslin or scrap fabric. Stuff it and stitch it closed before inserting it into the button pillow ...
Insert the pillow form in the button cover and pin the opening closed.
Stitch the opening closed using heavy thread and a curved needle.
Using embroidery floss and a straight needle, make knotted tufts in the center of the 'thread holes' on the button front and back. This gives the button the ...
Use your button pillow as a cozy floor cushion too.
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