How to make a bandana pillow

A pretty throw pillow can help make your bed or your couch look extra-comfy, but sometimes it can be hard to find one that matches your decor. What's the solution? To make one yourself, of course, so you can pick out patterns and colors that complement the space.
This project simply requires you to add bandana pieces to a pre-existing pillow cover, so it's easy enough even for beginner sewers. Learn how to create this sweet pillow by watching the video tutorial and reading the instructions.
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Materials
- Pillow cover
- Bandanas
- Sewing pins
- Sewing machine
- Thread
- Scissors
- Pillow
Instructions
1. Arrange four bandanas on the front of the pillow cover with their corners pointing to the middle of the pillow. Leave space between them so the original pillow cover shows through.
2. Insert sewing pins to hold the bandanas in place.
3. Stitch the bandanas onto the pillow cover, removing the sewing pins as you go.
4. Carefully trim off the excess fabric from each bandana.
5. Put a pillow into the new pillow cover and zip it closed.
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