DIY No Sew Pillow

5 Apr

I did it! I made a pillow without a single stitch!

So remember the Pottery Barn Bettina standard pillow sham I ordered off eBay, well basically I completely took it apart and made it it into a 20″ throw pillow cover.

I absolutely love it!

Here are the supplies I used:

First things first I stripped and ripped the thread away.

Next up was measuring and cutting the two pieces and ironing on the hem.

I ironed all the hems first and then attached the two pieces together with my nifty little Stitch Witchery tape. I’m officially obsessed with this stuff.

I normally don’t like floral prints but this fabric is beyond cute.  I love the vibrant colors and how happy it makes the room feel. Wouldn’t you say so?

14 Responses to “DIY No Sew Pillow”

  1. Kristy Swain April 6, 2011 at 4:27 PM #

    Looks great! What a great idea with a sham! Well done.

  2. Angie O'Hara July 5, 2011 at 8:58 PM #

    I love your pillow and am trying to steal your idea of turning the pb bettina pillow sham into a 20″ pillow or maybe even a lumber pillow (16×26″) . I was hoping you could tell me if you used a 1″ or 1.5″ edge seam? The current 2″ flanged edge of the pillow sham is too much . Wanted you to know I have really enjoyed seeing your projects and before and after photos. I also really appeciated the great decorating sites I obtained off your site. It has occured to me my entire house is pb with the exception of a couple RH items and it is time to start adding some interesting items and things I love, not just items I think will look good. I found Anthropologie and Etsy thanks to you and feel like I have found what I have been missing. thanks again…..Angie

  3. Gabby March 28, 2015 at 5:40 PM #

    Where did you get that fabric/what is it called!?

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