Annie Cox Pillow October 11th, 2018 - 13:20:49
That's been stuffed and tied into a knot to form a really unique pillow and I've seen a bunch of different types of these online. So today I wanted to try it out for myself now. This may seem a little bit weird, but instead of sewing a really long tube of fabric, I decided to use two pairs of tights and this actually ended up working out really well for the type of knot that I chose.
But you'll see that in a second, in addition to the type you'll need, pillow stuffing scissors safety pins and a needle and thread fill both legs of the tights with pillow stuffing try to keep each leg as uniform in size as possible. Pin the two pairs of tights together at the center then arrange the legs in a cross, then not that we're tying is similar to what's called a good luck, knot which you can look up online and you can find diagrams of it. I find it really helpful to work right next to your diagram, so you can see exactly what you're doing, but I'll also show you how to do it right now.
I'm going to show you with rope so that it's a little bit easier to see how I'm Tying the knot, starting at the top bend each piece over its neighbor, like so you'll notice, that I'm working in a counterclockwise direction for the final piece bend it over its neighbor. Then, under this loop right here tighten all four strands to form the first knot.
At this point, your pillow should look like this after the first knot, reverse direction, I'm doing the same thing, but clockwise this time after two repetitions, I didn't have enough material to keep going now, it's time to pin each of these pieces to the back of the Pillow, you can use a safety pin to secure each piece to the back of the pillow.