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Supplies Needed:-Fabric place mat that has 2 pieces of fabric sewn together – Safety pin or Seam Ripper-Pillow Stuffing ( you can reuse the stuffing material from an old pillow) – Matching Thread and Sewing Needle or Fabric glue or Stitch Witchery and iron (depends on how you want to close the hole)
Step One:You will need a placemat that has two pieces of fabric sewn together. Either reuse one you already have, or you can find one at a thrift store. I bought this one for $2 on clearance.
Step Two:Using a safety pin or a seam ripper to pull threads. Start about an inch or so from a corner. Be careful. The more you tear out the more you have to re-sew. I usually pull out an 1 1/2 -2inch long slit. Just enough to fit stuffing into.
Start with stuffing all four corners first. Makes sure to shove it in the corner with your finger. Fill the pillow tight with stuffing. Keep Smashing it down to avoid dimpling in the pillow. Once you have it filled to your liking…..
Step Four:Time to close the hole. You can hand sew it using matching thread, or You could use Stitch Witchery and iron it closed or You could use fabric glue and hold it closed with a clamp until it is dry. And Viola you are done!!!
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