DIY Maven

DIY Maven

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Although I'm a writer by education and profession, I have a not-so-secret DIY and craft (of almost any kind) addiction. I'm the… read more

Comments - How to Make an Envelope Pillow

christine on Jul 24, 2012:

can reply through my email address...txs


christine on Jul 24, 2012:

I have interest in pillow making  of all sort for a living...being surfing the net and stumbled unto u,can you be of help to me on how to start off?


 


DIY Maven on Mar 05, 2012:

@Amanda--sounds like your measurements or seam allowances were off a bit, but that's an easy fix. Just take the slipcover back off the pillow and put another seam on all four sides to take the pillow cover 'in'. Sewing all four sides ensures the opening stay centered in the back. 


Amanda Nowak on Mar 04, 2012:

Tried it. Mine looks baggy on the pillow, like hand me downs from your sister that don't fit yet. 


Heather on Feb 24, 2012:

Made 2 today...thanks for the clear instructions. : )


DIY Maven on Jan 03, 2011:

@lis g. You're welcome!!!


lis g. on Jan 03, 2011:

thank you!


DIY Maven on Mar 30, 2010:

Ruth-That's great! Tell her congrats from me.


Ruth on Mar 29, 2010:

My 10yr old daughter just made a pillow case for her bedroom from these instructions, it doesn't get better than that. Thank you.


Courtney on Nov 30, 2009:

Thank You!  This was the easiest and best instructions for pillow slipcovers I found.  Turned out perfect.


 


DIY Maven on Jun 25, 2008:

TSterl--Thank you! And by all means, link away!


Stefan Hunter on Nov 17, 2007:

Nice quick how to story :-) If it turns out that you do not have an old pillow form to use I'd like to recommend http:///www.piloh.com for an assortment of down and feather pillow forms made in the States.

Cheers,

Stef


jasimar on Feb 09, 2007:

Very good.  I likes.


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