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Petal Pillow Tutorial

Petal Pillow Tutorial
Today we’re going to make a Petal Pillow. Its very easy, cost me under ten bucks, and took about half an hour to make. Plus it will add lots of summer color (is it summer yet?) to your house. First you’ll need: -a little over a 1/2 yard of fabric….19 inches to be exact. - 1/4 yard felt. - a large and small cup (or other circles) for tracing, a large bowl for tracing, a pen, scissors, and cardstock to make your template. Trace the rims of your cups onto your cardstock and cut out. Pin the templates to your felt and cut out circles. Cut out roughly 30 large circles, and 20 small circles. Now cut your circles in half. Now your going to cut your fabric into three pieces. 1 large square 19 inches x 19 in. , 1 rectangle 19 in. x 15 in. , and 1 rectangle 19 in. x 12 in. On the right side of the 19 in. by 19 in. square, trace a bowl or large plate marking a large circle in the middle. Line up the edge of a large petal along the line you just traced. Sew around the edges with a 1/2" inch inseam.

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