Fall Pillows

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Fall Pillow is my first decor for the fall there are so easy to make. Here are some of the things you’ll need to make the pillows: The tools that you would need to make these pillows are:

Sewing Machine
Fabric (Of you choice)
Rotary Cutter
Matching Thread
Pillow Plush

First find the fabric that you want to make a pillow with. There are a lot of types of fabric to choose from like silk, cotton, and polyester and many other. There are so many different type of colors, design, shapes, holiday and special occasion ones as well.


Next, cut the shape or size that you want the pillow to be. It can be any size or shape that you want it to be. After you cut the fabric iron the fabric down so it can be nice and neat.

Third, Turn the fabric inside out so the fabric will be on the pale side inside of the main side.

Fourth, get the color of the thread of you choice to match the fabric of your choose.

Fifth, start threading your fabric into a pillow. Leave one of the side open to add plush into the fabric.

Sixth, after you finish threading three sides of the pillow turn the pillow unto the right side, add as much plush into the fabric as you want. (Picture Below)

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Last, after you finish putting the plush into the pillow sew the remaining ends and you are finish. Here is my finish product. (Picture Below)

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– Congratulation You Made a Beautiful Pillow of Your Own. 🙂

Every other day I will be posting new decor that I have made that is easy for you to make at home. It can be any ordinary item that you have in your house that you want to change like a vase, an old pillow that you love that you want to freshening up, a table that has gotten old or worn out, or old clothing that you want to turn into the a quilt or blanket. For the rest of the fall I will be sharing some of the things that I made with you as well some of my garden tips and so much more. Can’t wait to share with you soon!!!

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