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« on: November 30, 2011 09:56:17 AM »

I found this small vintage table cloth the other day, and originally I was planning on cutting it all up, using the print in different ways as accents on new pillows.. but, like I always do, I got it home, looked at it, and decided there was no way I could cut this fabric apart.  Its too pretty.  Soooo I decided to make one big pillow case using it.
Since the fabric is white, I decided to make it a pillow case, and then make a pillow insert for it.  It took about 4 hours for both parts, and cost me only $8.99!  I love my new pillow, and it matches my living room perfectly. ^_^
If anyone is interested, I could do a tutorial, did I mention that I didn't use a sewing machine at all?

Here is a shot of the front and the back of the pillow:

And a few close ups of the fabric:
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« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2011 02:37:25 PM »

It is very pretty - I love this kind of vintage finds. And what you did with it was great.
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