Enjoy This Pretty Pillow Every Fall

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It Will be Lovely in Other Colors, Too!

Leftover strips in a variety of fabrics combine beautifully for this autumn themed pillow. It will be a beautiful accent for your fall decor.

It’s a super easy project to make and one that will be lovely in any pleasing color combination. Choose a solid or low-contrast print to tie the scraps together.

 A Halloween(ish) Pillow Tutorial

While an exact pattern is not provided, enough clues are given to make your own. Start with 2 1/2″ strips and cut them into squares. Or, do as the designer did and make some a bit shorter.

Create three columns with 2 1/2″ strips of the coordinating fabric in between. Make the columns as long as you need to fit your pillow form.

A hidden zipper is installed on the back (instructions included) so the cover can be easily removed for washing.

The finished pillow, designed by Tessa Marie from The Sewing Chick, is 16″ x 26″.

Click here for the free “A Halloween(ish) Pillow” tutorial.



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