Throw pillows are an easy way to add a pop of color and fun to your home décor. They’re great for mixing and matching to brighten up a space, and you can use all your favorite patterns. Here, Fabric.com shares four different methods for constructing throw pillows and the pros and cons of each so you can decide which method suits you best!

#3 mopinwil 2017-12-31 09:02
Great tutorial. Thank you Trudy Flynn for that extra, useful piece of information about sewing in batting at the corners to stop them collapsing.
#2 Eileen Burke 2017-12-29 22:37
The directions for the inset seam zipper may be confusing. You wouldn't want to use a standard stitch length for something you have to take out later. You would want a basting stitch length--making it much easier to remove the stitches and open the zipper.
#1 trudy flynn 2017-12-29 10:06
I have used all these methods and they all work well. My only comment is: I sew some batting onto the corners so when the pillows are turned right side out the corners won't collapse and look better.
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