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No Sew Flower Pillows

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Originally when I was making these pillows I thought they might work in several shades of one color, but after I got going my 3rd-grade-self took over and I ended up using every color in the rainbow.  Ya know,  I couldn't be happier with the way they look! I also figured out a way to put them together without one single stitch by hand OR on a sewing machine.......Yup, not one stitch. The only thing that could make these better is if they were filled with Skittles.


Stuff You'll Need:
Several colors of polyester taffeta
Heavy cotton in bright colors
Pillow stuffing
Tea light
Office clips
E-6000 Stitchless, Fabrifuse and Glue
Iron
Pom pom trim


Learn how to make them!

1. 2. & 3.   Iron a piece of 10" x 18" on top of another color of 18" x 18" fabric using E-6000 Stitchless. This will give a color-blocked look to the pillow face.
4. & 5.  Cut green taffeta fabrics in leaf shapes in descending sizes with the largest leaf being about 4" long.
6. & 7.  Cut different colors of circles in descending sizes with the largest circle being about 5" diameter.
8. & 9.  Using a tea light, carefully singe the edges of the leaves and circles so that they don't fray.
This will also give them texture.


10. 11. & 12.  Using small dots of E-6000 Glue, assemble the flowers and leaves and then glue them to the color-blocked pillow face.
13.  Cut another 18" x 18" fabric square for the pillow back and glue the pillow front on top of it (around the edges with E-6000 Fabrifuse) leaving a 5" gap.
14. & 15. Cut 18" pieces of pom pom fabric and glue them to the edges of the pillow with more E-6000 Fabrifuse and let everything dry overnight.
16. 17. & 18.  Stuff the pillow and seal the 5" opening with more E-6000 Fabrifuse and then clamp closed with office clips while it dries.


via markmontano

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