I love toss pillows but I want them to be fresh, spotless, and interesting. When I get tired of a particular pillow, I take it apart and use the filling and cover fabric for other projects. I really don't recommend doing that because I end up with stuffing everywhere and fabric that is too small for serious ideas I need to test. If the pillow is in good condition, I donate them to charity. In fact, my favorite store is "St Vincent de Paul," and I get some pillows from them and eventually donate them back. I think of this as 'rental' and they get something that is likely to sell.
This pillow came with a 'set of bedding' and never went on the bed. I used them on accent chairs in every room. then I move them around for a new look any time I choose.
You can see a couple of spots on the original pillow, but I liked it so much, I just could not get rid of it. So, as your Freebie, I have two sizes of stars. I really hope you like them!!
On Amazon (where else) they have 'chenille pillows in various colors. Since I don't sew well, and zippers are really beyond me, I am going to order a couple of them (no, I don't get a 'cut' of the sale) and place the stars, in various colors.
With your personal embroidery, this is a great gift for family, friends, and even YOU.
These two sizes both have a 'cutting' stitched line if you want to cut the star from the fabric to place on your project. It is the third color. Or, bypass or just sew it and leave it on your project. My design was planned to have a star that would be glued to my pillow. The pillow does not have a zipper, so this was convenient for me. It is NOT a free-standing lace.
You may note that the 2x2 in the above photo is not exactly in finished condition. I re-digitized it and it will be good for your use(s).
I did not forget Dear Old Dad - Check this Freebie out - - http://bit.ly/dad2016a
Or this Freebie - - http://bit.ly/atgdad2018
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