Pretty adorable, isn’t it? Perfect for a little girl’s room… and MADE TO MATCH! You think putting it together is hard? It’s not!
Here is what you need:
- 12″X12″ Front of pillow fabric -I used a piece of pink quilter’s cotton that I found in my scraps.
- Two 8″X12″ pieces of fabric – Back of pillow fabric -Again from my scraps!
- 10″X10″ pillow
- Scissors or rotary cutter
- Enough ribbon to cover your pillow front
First, lay out your ribbon so you have a game plan to follow:
Cut your ribbon a little longer than your fabric. Sew the ribbon onto the fabric starting at one side and working your way across making sure the sides of the ribbon meet.
I used a zigzag stitch so I could attach the right side of one piece of ribbon with the left side of the next. I thought the zigzag added a touch of “cuteness” too! Here is what the backside of the fabric square looked like when I was finished:
Now for the back of the pillow. Finish one side of each piece of the 8″X12″ pieces. If there is a pattern, make sure you are finishing the opposite sides. I used a zigzag stitch to match the front. Just fold the fabric over a half inch, press, fold over again, press and then sew.
Lay the pillow front with ribbon side up. Place a side of the back of the pillow fabric so that the rough edges match up with the rough edges of the pillow front.
Do the same with the other piece of the back of the pillow fabric, but on the opposite side. The finished sides of both the front and the back of the pillow should be facing each other.
Pin around the perimeter of the square. You should have formed a pocket.
Sew around the perimeter of the square. Turn inside out. Pop your pillow in and there you have it!
Here is a list of some of the ribbons that are used in the above pillow:
Classic Harvest orange and white Taffy striped 7/8″ grosgrain ribbon
Powder Pink 3/8″ grosgrain ribbon with white polka dots
Halloween Orange 3/8″ grosgrain ribbon with white polka dots
Red and Hot Pink Jester/Diamonds on 7/8″ grosgrain ribbon
Shocking Pink Rosebuds on white 1.5″ grosgrain ribbon
Geranium Pink and White checked gingham 3/8″ grosgrain ribbon
Gorgeous white Moonstitch on pink 7/8″ grosgrain ribbon Easter
Solid hot pink 3/8 inch grosgrain ribbon
Elegant white swirls 3/8″ bright pink grosgrain ribbon
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Disclosure: I received ribbon to complete this project. I received no compensation and was in no way paid or guided in any way to write my post. All opinions are my own.