Recently, I noticed a beautiful Crate&Barrel Julian Orange Pillow in the spring catalog. However, I was looking for something a little more affordable. As I strolled through Jo-Ann Fabrics, I noticed a fabric similar to the Julian Pillow. After a quick rummage through some hot pink fabric, I found one that fit the look.

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Kona Kona Pomegranate Pink (Item No.: 400105484109)
Suedesays Lasercut Taffeta Coral (Item No.: 843747088289)
pink thread
sewing machine
tape measure
rotary cutter
mat board

Step 1: Measure pillow insert.

I like Dana Willard’s tutorial to make a throw pillow tutorial. She recommends using the same measurements of your pillow for your cover. Adding more length and width to your fabric will make your pillow look oversized and too loose. However, I wanted a little buffer, so I gave myself an extra 1/2 inch all around.
<p>These are very pretty! I like the pomegranate one. Thanks for sharing your hard work and do have a Happy Spring.</p><p>sunshiine</p>
<p>Thanks for checking it out, sunshiine! You too!</p>

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