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Do you have a little bit of time you’re wondering what to do with? Are you staring at a sofa or chair that needs a springtime makeover? Have you been dying to pass on the petite prints and go bold and bright? Check. Check. Check. From buying the fabric to plopping the pillow into place, this fast and easy project is a perfect way to create Décor in a Day.

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Our pillow finishes at 20” x 20”, excluding the pom pom trim. That’s a perfect size for displaying your fussy cutting skills and showcasing a striking motif from one of the many home décor fabrics available in-store and online. Since these fabric collections are usually designed for large format projects, such as curtains and upholsteryburlap pillow cover diy, their motifs are larger and brighter than what you’d traditionally find from a quilting cotton collection.

Normally 54” and wider, you can often cut more than one set of pillow panels from your yardage. It depends on the randomness of the design, the repeat, and whether or not the print is directional. One thing people often forget when creating pillows is that they are normally viewed at a distance in a large room. When you’re looking at a fabric just a foot or so from your face, remember to step back for a minute and visualize it in a much bigger environment. Don’t be afraid to let your motif be large and in charge. For more information about mixing, matching, and designing with prints, take a look at our article: Top 10 Designer Tips for Blending Colors and Prints.

We used a tapering technique on this pillow, which helps prevent crumpled corners. The steps are summarized below and there’s a link to our full tutorial on the subject.?We love sharing the little tips that make a project go more smoothly and look better when complete.

This project is a pillow cover, which means it can be removed to launder… or to be stored from season to season. When making pillows, investing in quality inserts can often be more expensive than the fabric and trim! We like to create covers whenever possible, then you can use the insert over and over – just replace the exterior with a new look whenever you’re ready for a Décor in a Day update.

Our cover is secured along the back with a row of four button loops over faux wood 1” buttons. Pretty and practical.

Contributors

Project Design: Alicia Thommas Sample Creation and Instructional Outline: Debbie Guild

After a recent tour of a feed plant, I was inspired by feed bags. ?Confused? ?The feed plant tour was related to my day job and obviously I can find inspiration almost anywhere. ?As I watched the feed bags get filled and stitched shut in a really interesting automated process, my mind went to Christmas wrapping. ?I am planning to wrap all gifts this year in brown kraft paper and I am on the look out for inspiration to keep them from looking dull.

What is your personal style ethos? How is the way you dress different from the way you approach decorating your space?