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How to Sew a Felted Wool Pillow with Leaf Appliqué

Today’s project combines felted wool sweaters, DIY pillows, applique, and free sewing patterns, and it’s part of the Cucicucicoo Learn to Machine Sew course for beginners, and it brings skills learned in previous sewing lessons and tutorials together.


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Applique the felted wool pillow:

If you don’t have any large felted sweaters, you can always sew together pieces of felted wool. Try out different machine appliquu00e9 stitches on scraps of felted wool to see which one you prefer.

How to reverse applique the leaves:

I drew the leaf shapes onto the top layer of felted wool, sewed along the lines, and cut out the toplayer inside the stitching, revealing the bottom layer.

Sew the felted wool pillow:

Pin and sew the zipper on with the zipper foot. Pin down the two sides, then unzip the zipper about two-thirds of the way. Then pin the third side and sew all around with a 110/18 needle. This is the most difficult part of the project, so don’t get discouraged if it doesn’t go smoothly.

How do you make a no sew bolster pillow?

Pillow with no sew bolsters

  1. Step 1: Remove batting and secure with a piece of embroidery thread
  2. Step 2: Trim your rug to fit.
  3. Step 3: Wrap rug and secure with a safety pin.
  4. Step 4: Tie ends with thread.
  5. Step 5: Remove batting.
  6. Step 6: Reinsert the batting and glue.
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How do you sew a bolster pillow cover?

  1. Measure the diameter, width, and circumference of the bolster – pillow form (Image 1).
  2. Pin and Sew Bottom Seam. Wrap the rectangular piece of fabric around the bolster pillow form with the wrong side facing out.
  3. Pin and Sew Trim. Turn pillow cover right-side out.

How many stitches do you need for a pillow?

Cast on 60 stitches ([4 x 14] 4), plus 4 extra stitches to allow for easy seaming on either side, multiplied by your gauge per inch times 14 (the width of the pillow form), plus 4 extra stitches to allow for easy seaming on either side.

How do you make a cushion cover?

Step-by-step instructions

  1. Cut a square of paper the same size as your cushion pad.
  2. Iron your fabric thoroughly before cutting it to remove any creases.
  3. Look over the fabric’s pattern and choose a section you like for the front of the cushion.

How do you knit a seam?

  1. Insert the sewing needle under the first horizontal bar on one of your pieces.
  2. Pull the yarn through.
  3. Insert the needle under the horizontal bar on the other piece.
  4. Repeat steps 2 to 5 until your seam is complete.

How do you make a tapestry pillow?

How to turn a needlepoint design into a pillow or cushion:

  1. Pin the needlepoint design to the fabric.
  2. Sew the needlepoint design to the fabric.
  3. Flip the design right side out.

How do you hang a weave wall?

You can either cut the top warp loops first, then the bottom ones, weaving in the bottom ones and using the top to tie your hanging to a rod or stick, or you can cut and weave in the bottom loops first, then run a rod or stick through the top loops for hanging.

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