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Hogwarts Teachers Pillow

© Leanna Pierre

Supplies

2 equal squares of fabric
Printable fabric (follow manufacturers directions to color safe the picture)
Pillow filling
Needle and thread OR sewing machine
Iron

Instructions

Choose your favorite pictures and print them on printable fabric. It’s preferable to do a test print with normal paper, to make sure the pictures turn out OK.

Cut out the pictures, leaving about a 1/4 or 1/2” (0.6 or 1.3 cm) border. Fold the border under to the wrong side of the picture and press with iron.

Sew pictures onto the fabric squares.

Sew the fabric squares, wrong sides together, leaving a hole. Turn pillow right side out using the hole.

Stuff the pillow with filling through the open hole and stitch the opening closed.

Final Product

Hogwarts Teachers Pillow - Hagrid Hogwarts Teachers Pillow - Trelawney

Credit

Leanna Pierre’s tutorial was taken with permission from ndnchick.com

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