Hey guys! I wanted to quickly show you how I created my lace pillows I showed you in my Master Bedroom post.
I originally sewed the euro shams I used with my last bedding. I wanted to somehow reuse these shams and just cover the fronts which led me to these.
I found a great fabric at Hobby Lobby that is a utility fabric. It was by the interfacing and it resembles linen (without the wrinkling!)
It was $3.99 a yard and I bought a yard for each pillow. I laid my old shams down on my fabric and cut a square 2″ larger.
I found my trim at Hobby Lobby for $4.99 a yard and used a 40% coupon for it.
I sewed my trim straight down the center of my squares. If you don’t sew this would be a great time to whip out the fabric glue!
I also ran all of my raw edges through my serger to keep them from fraying. You can also fold each edge twice under but this saved me time. After I had that done I laid my square face down and placed my old sham on top with the back facing up.
In walks old trusty…
I knew I would be the only one to see the back so I wasn’t at all concerned. I glued down my tops and bottoms first and then folded and glued the sides.
Now, for those of you wondering how it washes…
From my experience hot glue washes great. I do not dry it. I let them air dry and use a low setting on the iron if I need to. I hot glued a flower on E’s shirt HERE and it has washed great! Holds up perfect.
That’s it. Pretty simple 🙂 I put my old pillows back in my new shams and I was set to go. Plus, I saved lots of money and even more time… Whoop!!
Here they are all finished!
Hope you like them!
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