Published at Wednesday, October 17th 2018, 14:45:56 PM by Sylvia Horton. Decorative Pillows.
You can either use fabric glue, but it does take like an hour to dry or you can use hot glue and you can start to glue the sides together, but make sure you don't glue the opening part once you're done with the gluing begin to remove all The pins and go to the open part and start to turn it inside out make sure you pull out those corners right now with small portions at a time begin to stuff your pillow and to close that open part just simply apply hot glue and pinch.
It closed and there you have it a ruffled square pillow. What you'll need is beige fabric, stuffing, yellow felt, glue, gun fabric glue, ballpoint pens, scissors nylon thread, one needle silver, sequins, large jewels, pearls pen, and a ruler, and just like the first one lay out your fabrics. So it's two layers then measure out your rectangle and pin both fabrics together then cut it out since there are no ruffles involved this time we can go straight to gluing. In this case, I will, with fabric glue with the fabric glue. I applied it in small sections and smooth it out.
Don't forget to leave that opening part once the glue has dried, go ahead and remove the pins and then start to turn it inside out. Now, let's leave this to the side for decoration, I'm going to make some flowers out of felt. Take a small circular object and trace it out. These small circles are, what's going to be the petals of the flowers you can make either four or five circles per flower, but I won with five each now.
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