Megan Ramsey Pillow October 08th, 2018 - 10:11:28
I showed you how to make a basic throw pillow we're gonna make a pillow sham, which is actually the method I prefer because it gives you so many options you can take it on and off. You can change it out when you're sick of it. You can throw it in the washing machine and it's just as easy to make breeze the same size insert pillow 16 by 16.
Inches we're gonna cut the front piece of the pillow is excellent. 16 by 16 inches for the back, so we're going to cut two pieces of fabric they're gonna overlay each other slightly. So let's do a little math. Take 16 divides it by two, which is eight and then add two inches to not so 10 inches cut. Two pieces of fabric for the back that are 10 by 16 inches we've got all of our pieces cut. Your front is 16 by 16 inches.
We can just set that one aside and the back pieces are 10 by 16 inches like this, so they're gonna overlap, but before we do that, let's iron, the edges of it under, so that this thing does not unravel over time just fold it over about a half of an inch iron it right down. If you happen to have a serge, you could surge that edge. So it looks nice and clean and then irons it over. But a lot of people don't have surgeries. No big deal, that's iron, or another piece too, and then we're gonna sew right down. This venture right down use a color of thread that coordinates with your fabric, since you will actually see this on the back side of the pillow.
Let's do the same with the other piece now that we have them both stones, we can pin the whole pillow together, and so it is one pillow sham start by laying the front piece of your pillow down. First, with the right side of the fabric facing up and then, we're just gonna lay these back panels right over the top right sides of the fabric facing each other. Make sure that these back panels are flush with the edge of the fabric.