So my spare chair needed something. I had another idea which I attempted and which was deemed a failure by myself and my husband. I'll share that with you another day. My first instinct was to make a pillow and after my failure I got back to the pillow plan. Isn't that always the way?
I may have mentioned I don't sew. I can sew on a button, do a little mending here and there. Serious sewing goes to my Mom who would have gladly crafted another pillow for me but since this would be a light use sit there and look pretty kinda pillow I figured I'd try my hand at it with minimal sewing.
I cut two pieces of fabric to the size I wanted and realized I had some pom pom trim. Hooray!
I cut the trim to just short of the height of the pillow on either side.
I put the first piece of fabric right side up with the trim facing in.
The second piece of fabric went face down.
Then I fabric glued it to death. I glued the fabric to the trim and the trim to the fabric. I fabric glued this thing so thoroughly it was ridiculous. Then I waited. I of course tried to turn it right side out before it was dry because that is how I do things. Then I fixed it and left it alone again for a little.
When I felt confident that it was dry I turned it right side out...
and stuffed it with fluff.
It was time to close it up. Now my sewing skills being what they are I did an interesting combo of fabric glue and stitching to close it up. I tried to remember how I've seen my Mom close a pillow. I did a sorta hidden stitch over some fabric glue. Worked out just fine. I have no pictures of this process because I had no idea what I was doing! I have to tell you once it was a sealed up I got a little giddy!
Don't look too closely at that bottom seam.
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