NO SEW: Make a Pillow Form Look Like French Linens

By: Modhomeecteacher Sep 23, 2010

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When planning this little tute, it occurred to me, "Why even bother with a pillow cover, just use the form AS IS". How can you miss with natural, white, clean, pure, and contrasting trimmed out details? Come on - It's NO SEW! 

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When you tire of it, you can strip off the details and stuff it in a boring old pillow cover.

The first photo is the down-proof ticking  pillow form anchored down on all four corners for more accurate alignement.

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I'm two years too late! Darn. But still VERY chic in 2012.

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Some ideas for my bedroom.

Sorry, I couldn't resist. I just had to give you a hared time. :^D

DM-Well, only to pull the twine through to the back of the pillow and tie it off.

No sew? I see a needle and thread. ;^) Sure looks pretty though.

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