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!
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!
What you’ll need:
• 2 yards of pretty fabric
• Liquid Stitch
• Throw pillows
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.
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.
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.
See how the hemmed side goes on the inside...
First glue the edges where the back panels overlap on top and bottom, and gently press together.
Then glue the edges on each side, and gently smooth them down too.
Once they’re all done, put them aside to dry on a flat surface for about 24 hours.
Once they’re secure, flip them inside out and ease your pillows inside.
There we go :).
These are so easy to make and take so little time, I hope you try it out!