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These pillows are easy and quick to make, a perfect end of summer project! The best thing about them is seeing other people's reactions to them. Everyone who sees them wants to touch them, squeeze them, and carry them around. There is something about their large size (about 15-inches high) that just makes people smile! --Molly Strawberry Pillows Strawberry Pillows
How to create a Dr. Blowhole Notquiteapillowpet How to create a Dr. Blowhole Notquiteapillowpet Resuming yesterdays post... While at the grocery store a couple of days ago, The Youngest saw a unicorn pillow pet. "I want it!" was immediately shouted. He doesn't care for unicorns particularly, it's just that the pillow pet commercials have completely zapped his brain making him think that he has to have one, now, Now, NOW! I mentioned to him that he doesn't like unicorns and that stopped him in his tracks for about 30 seconds.
Last minute projects are nothing new in my world. However, I'm pleased as punch to have made this with enough time to spare that I can give you a tutorial- and if you're a last-minute doer like myself, you'll find you can make this up in no time at all. This little Pocket Full of Love Pillow project will sure to please, especially if filled with your loved one's favorite goodies. Download the heart template HERE. Please note, this is to printed on tabloid 11x17 paper. Project Idea | Pocket Full of Love Pillow project Project Idea | Pocket Full of Love Pillow project
Monster Tooth Pillow It’s Celebrate the Boy Month at Made and Made by Rae. Dana and Rae are serving up tons of boy tutorials, ideas and inspiration over on their respective blogs. Plus they are offering giveaways and other good stuff. So be sure to check it out. They asked me to make a special project for boys, so here it is! Yes, I have two girls, but we still love monsters. Monster Tooth Pillow
How to Sew a Hidden Zipper | Freshly Picked How to Sew a Hidden Zipper | Freshly Picked Pillow Tutorial: Invisible Zipper I’m not going to lie, hidden zippers can be a little tricky. But not to worry my dears. I’m going to show you a trick or two. Because that is what I am here for, tricks.Wait..that didn’t come out right…
Ice Cream Sandwich Plush · Indie Crafts | CraftGossip.com
January 16th, 2012 Have you tried fabric markers yet? I finally got around to it, and they work great. Paired with a stencil you can use them to stencil your favorite quote on a tea towel, apron, t-shirt, table runner, pillow cover, place mat, cloth napkin, old pair of blue jeans—anything you can think of! {*style:<i><b>Supplies:

DIY: Stencil Pillow

DIY: Stencil Pillow
Ten Minute Pillow Cases
With the cooler months of the year upon us, this versatile cushion is the perfect seat for warming up next to the fireplace, snuggling up for a Christmas movie, or relaxing with a good book. Whip one up today and you'll be sipping hot cocoa by the yule log in no time! Here's what you'll need: Assorted Fabrics and Coordinating Thread - I used home decor weight fabric to give my cushion extra durabilityTwo 22" x 22" x 2" Pieces of Foam - I used high density foam so that my cushion would be firmQuilt Batting12/32" Cotton Filler Cord1.5" Cover Button KitScissors or Rotary Cutter, Acrylic Ruler, and MatUpholstery needle (not pictured) Heavy weight thread (not pictured) Iron (not pictured)Sewing Machine (not pictured)* Unless otherwise stated, use a .5" seam allowance. Step 1: Cut out eight 12" squares and four 23" x 5" rectangles from your assorted fabrics. Twinkle and Twine: Tutorial: Patchwork Floor Pillow Twinkle and Twine: Tutorial: Patchwork Floor Pillow
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Brown Bear Pillow Gift - Bear Rabbit Bear Brown Bear Pillow Gift - Bear Rabbit Bear Hi! I'm Melanie, and I blog over at Sew Rugged @ bear rabbit bear. In the past few weeks, I've been re-focusing my blog, so I'd like to invite you by and let me know what you think of the changes! I write about a variety of crafts, sewing, and DIY topics, and I have a weekly link party on Thursday.
Tutorial: Big Bow Pillow Cases I am a member of the Collective Bias® Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper amplification for Collective Bias and its advertiser. We aren’t big sports fans in my house, but we do enjoy what I like to cal “Football Food”. Ever since I was little we’d always have a Big Game party complete with buffallo wings and other delicious appetizers. I have to admit I really like the commercial watching and seeing what shenanigans will occur during half time. So today I have a few quick and easy game day food ideas that are little to no prep perfect for keeping you glued to the game or so you don’t have to miss that commercial everyone will be talking about!

Tutorial: Big Bow Pillow Cases

Because I a) have too many T shirts and sweatshirts in the house b) I have been freezing my behind off at football games (not literally, of course, otherwise I'd look like Heidi Klum) and c) I am practical, I was inspired to create a seat cushion for the cold metal bleachers that we sit on at the high school football games. Like my T Shirt Quilt Pillow, I thought a T shirt or sweatshirt would make a good seat cushion. I headed to Jo-Ann to purchase a piece of foam and some waterproof material for the bottom side. I was planning on making a Velcro closure so that the cushion cover could be washed. Sewing Tutorial - Upcycle a Tee Shirt or Sweatshirt Into a Stadium Cushion Sewing Tutorial - Upcycle a Tee Shirt or Sweatshirt Into a Stadium Cushion
Paper Airplane Throw Pillow It‘s challenging to decorate on a budget. There are retailers who offer beautiful décor but you risk having the exact same living room as every cardigan-wearing human in America. To get really creative, you've got to get crafty. What you need Scissors Iron Steam-A-Seam 2 Fabric Squares White Craft Pillow Paper Airplane Template
Pillow with a message If there is one thing I want my little monkey Tim to know - every day - is, that he is loved. With daily routines, unexpected adventures and work in general going on in every family life, this is a project to remind my boy (and myself) of what really is important in life: LOVE! I believe there is nothing more important for kids to know that they are cherished, so they can develop and grow.
Tutorial: Outdoor Patio Seat Cushions
Hello! Happy Tuesday! Did you want to leave a link on Manic Monday Linky Party? You still can! Guest Tutorial: Reading/Knitting Pillow from my BFF Bonnie!! | SewHappyGeek
I am going to show you how to make this floor pillow. First, I have to tell you why I wanted to make this.I’m from Texas and well, its somewhere around 200 107 degrees here right now, so I let my otherwise normally outdoor dog inside. He has a LOT of hair, so much that I could make puppies from the hair he sheds. It’s gross and I hate that he is inside so much (mainly because I don’t want to vacuum 3 times a day). Anyways.. my children seem to think Stewart’s (dog) bed is their playground, which leads to hair all over them (I hate this so much!). and so it I made them their own “dog” beds : ) Cherished Bliss: Floor Pillows - For the Kiddos {a tutorial}