Leila Rocha Pillow October 13th, 2018 - 04:36:27
oversized decorative pillow like this one I made for my master bedroom today, I'll be sharing with you how to make a much smaller version of The original pillow I made, but the steps are the same and goes to show you that it's easy to change the dimensions of the pillow to suit your needs. To start up, you'll need to cut a piece of fabric for my oversized lumbar pillow.
I cut a piece 43 inches long by 26, inches wide for today's example, I cut a piece of 17 inches long by 26 inches wide once the fabric is cut with right sides, the fabric facing up fold the fabric in half with wise matching up the raw edges on both the bottom energy sides of the fabric, next pin the fabric together along the outside edge of both the bottom and one of the side edges, while filling the remaining side edge marks about a four to five inch section to remain on Its own, this would be the opening you will use later to fill your pillow once your fabric has been pinned together, so 1/4 inch seam on the outside the raw edges.
What's the song, it's completely will have a basic pillar shape with a small opening on one edge. Now it's time to turn your pillow right side out, well doc, so take care to make sure each of the corners is turned out nicely, now it's time to build a pillow today, I'll be using this batting that I picked up at luff it a Bit then insert it into the pillow. I like to start by working some of the batting into each of the four corners first and then continuing to fill the pillow from there .
Once the pillows fell to your liking, the final step is it close up the opening on the side of the pillow start by spinning the section closed and then with a needle and thread hand-sewn opening closed when you're finished, hands-on, remove the pins and you have yourself a brand new pillow. I am enjoying my new pillow in my master bedroom, it's simple and uncomplicated, but it adds a nice finishing touch to my bedding.