Essie Lambert Pillow October 10th, 2018 - 09:54:33
Nice now you're going to take the front piece or one of the front pieces in this case and you're going to put that nice side down and just double-check that your prints are going upwards. So here we've always got our bird facing up matches. Our camels and the reason that I cut it a little bit bigger is so that you can center the front of your pillow based off where the backs are. So I like to think that, like you, can feel the seam from this piece of the backing - and you can see this one - I like that to be divided up into thirds almost in your pillow.
So you can see that there so once you're happy with the front and you've got this centered and you've got a little bit of extra material, all around you're, going to pin this all in place. Okay, so we've got the pins. I just show you just like that. I like to pin um sideways like this, instead of pinning like this way along the material, because I find this easier to pull them out as I'm sewing. But anyway, now we're going to sew all the way around, with the edge of our pressure foot on this edge of the pillow, so that your seam is going to be about a quarter of an inch from that edge.
All the way around we're not going to leave any openings, you can either pivot out the corners or, if you're, more comfortable, you can come all the way off one way and then restart the sides so that you're, seeing your sewing lines will sort of cross out Yuja corner okay, so now that you've sewn all the way along and you're happy with your seams and everything we're going to trim off the excess backing so that it's even with the front.