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Mix and Match Pillows Sewing Tutorial

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A Mini-Makeover for your Favorite Room My family is room is a comfortable spot where we all gather and spend our evenings. The carpet is beige, the couch is beige, all of the throw pillows were some mismatched relative of beige. Aside from the light yellow-green walls, the entire room was essentially one big neutral. I set out to fix that recently with some accessories: a new colorful ceramic lamp, a few crocheted table toppers, and new covers for all of those uninspiring pillows. If you would like to breathe new life into one of your spaces, or even if you'd just like to cover one little pillow, this project will show you how. These simple covers are removable and washable, and don't require the use of zippers or buttons. TOPICS COVERED More than just a simple sewing pattern, this ebook is like a mini-class. Each topic includes step-by-step instructions and photos where appropriate. You will learn: How to estimate the proper amount of yardage How to distribute the various fabrics to make a cohesive group of pillows How to construct a removable pillowcase without zippers or buttons Plus: How to choose effective colors and fabrics How to vary the look with simple changes Resources to help you learn more BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY If you can sew a straight line with a sewing machine, then you can do this project.

Recommended with this pattern

  • light-to-medium weight fabric in a variety of patterns
  • basic fabric-measuring-and-cutting supplies
  • sewing machine

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Polka Dot Cottage {at craftsy}
I am a polymer clay artist turned fiber addict. I can often be found at Polka Dot Cottage (http://www.lisaclarke.net), writing about my adventures in polymer, fabric, yarn, photography, and everyday life. I live in New Jersey with my husband, two sons, and entirely too many craft supplies.