DIY: Pillow Case

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Scissors and Thread/Needle
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Used Pillow
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Faux Fur Rug
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Price
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The Process

First: Measure the pillow that you are going to use to get the best fitting for your case.

Second: Use a sharp pair of scissors to cut through the fur.

Third: Use a needle and a color for the thread that matches the color of the fur

Fourth: Start sewing your case.

S.N.: If you don’t want the corner of the rug to show, bend it inward as you sew…

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Voila!!!
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Success

Hello Hello Hello everyone… By the grace of the Almighty, we made it through the week now we are making our way to attack the weekend. So, I pray that you all make it through safe. I did a little DIY for you guys and I hope that you find it easy to do on your own.

I’ve always wanted to have some fur pillows but everywhere I went they were too expensive. So I have decided to make my own fur pillow. Last night, I went to Ross and found the perfect faux fur rug and the first thing that came to my mind was “hmmmm i can make my pillows with this.” And the awesome thing about it is that, IT DID NOT BREAK MY WALLET, LOL. It only costs me $24.99 plus tax. For pillows, I had some extra ones on my couch, so I ended up using them. All in all, it was pretty easy and time consuming. It took me about 3-4 hours to do both pillows. However, I am happy of the outcome. I hope you enjoy them and try to make it instead of spending a lot of money just to get one fur pillow.

For steps, check under the 5th picture!

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