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I made this pillow out of 3 old shirts that I found at the thrift shop. I had an old throw pillow that I used the stuffing from. ...
You will need, sewing machine, matching thread, scissors, measuring tape, either store bought piping or cotton cord to make your own, 3 cotton shirts and fusible bonding.
cut up the shirts along the seams. throw away the collar and cuffs. remove the buttons and save in button jar. Iron each section.
Either purchase a pillow form or re-cover a throw pillow you already have. Once you have the measurements, then you can calculate the size of the letters. My ...
Iron the fusible webbing onto the wrong side of the fabric pieces that will be used for the letters. Cut the letters out and peel the paper backing ...
stitch the 3 top pieces together. stitch the 3 bottom pieces together, then sew the 2 rows together. Press the seams open.
cut strips for the border 2-1/2" wide. stitch around all 4 sides. Press.
Piping is optional but I think it adds a nice touch. Cut bias strips 2" wide. Since my pillow was 18" on each side, I needed a total ...
Cut 2 pieces of fabric for the back. the blue is overlapping the red so that the cover can be removed for washing. Pin the front of pillow ...
There are several options that can be done with this name pillow. You could place all the letters together in one row and divide the area into 3 ...
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