No-Sew Throw Pillow Slip Covers

Throw pillows need some sprucing up? Mine sure did. Just this week I was sitting on my couch, looking at my pitiful, off [off] white throw pillows, thinking "you poor guys need some help." Look how cute they turned out!

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Before:

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After:

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I love my sewing machine, but anyone can do a no-sew project. Especially this one. So, no-sew it is! You're going to love it! 

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What you’ll need:

• 2 yards of pretty fabric

• Liquid Stitch

• Scissors

• Throw pillows

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My pillows are 18" by 18". So I cut two panels 18"x"18 – one for the front of each pillow. And four panels 18"x11" – two for each back, so you can slip the pillow inside.

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First you want to "hem" one of the long sides of each of the four back panels – it’s the one that will be exposed once each edge is glued (you’ll see below). Hemming is super simple with liquid stitch.

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Now place one large panel on your work surface, pretty side up. Then arrange the back panels on top. Make sure the "wrong" side is facing out.

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See how the hemmed side goes on the inside...

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First glue the edges where the back panels overlap on top and bottom, and gently press together.

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Then glue the edges on each side, and gently smooth them down too.

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Once they’re all done, put them aside to dry on a flat surface for about 24 hours.

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Once they’re secure, flip them inside out and ease your pillows inside. 

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There we go :).

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These are so easy to make and take so little time, I hope you try it out!

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