Pillow covers are a great way to spruce up your living room. In August I shared some of the Holiday fabrics I had picked up in hopes of making pillow covers. Happy to report the Winter and Christmas versions are finished before Christmas.
I had some other fabrics that coordinate in my stash from a giveaway I had won like two years ago. This has been on my to-do list for a while. Using a simple envelope pillow cover I was able to create these in an hour with help from P. He did a great job handling the machine.
The big pillow is surprisingly comfy and is a form from Jo-Anns. The softness is comparable to the Ikea goose feather pillow. Not sure how it will hold up over time.
The backing a red sheet I had been stashing away. I was able to make all the pillow backings using this twin sized sheet. When at Goodwill or thrift stores, I will always check for sheets I can use while sewing.
I would be lying if I told you these were all lined up beautifully on my couch and not scattered across the living room. My Plott Hound immediately stole one and I found her snoozing away on it. P decided to she needed to be covered up too and it was the perfect photo opportunity. Yes, she is this ridiculous.
My freezer paper painted pillows now live under the tree.
Are you working on any last minute projects before Christmas?
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