Megan Ramsey Pillow October 10th, 2018 - 07:45:20
Here's what you're gonna need pom-pom trim outdoor fabric coats outdoor thread, something circular two trees, a water-soluble marker, two buttons, a large sewing needle. I would recommend size 18. A pair of scissors a large hand sewing needle sewing clips and some stuffing. Last but not least, a sewing machine. trace your circular object on to the outdoor fabric twice using the water-soluble marker things like mixing bowls and pot lids work.
Great then cut them out using the fabric scissors thread, your machine with the coats outdoor threat, pin the pom-pom trim around one of the circular pieces of fabric with the pom-poms facing inwards on the right side of the fabric,head to the sewing machine And sew the pom-pom trim to the fabric and then remove the pins place the two circular pieces right sides together and use clips to secure them, head to the sewing machine and sew them together, leave a gap of about three inches clip the pillow right side out, and then fill it with stuffing.
Now, you're going to want to thread your large hand, needle with the copes outdoor and sell the whole clothes using an invisible slip. Stick now it's time to add the tufted button, the big nut on the end of the thread. So all the way through the pillow coming up and down through the buttonholes once one is attached - repeat it with the second button on the other side. I love how this project turned out. I think the button is such a fun. Little cue accent. I also love it. It can be able to endure the elements because we used outdoor thread from Colton Clark as well as an outdoor fabric.