For people who love doing craft projects, they might long for fresh ideas every single moment. This time, we give you a super easy project, which is DIY pillow cover. This project is extremely easy until you don’t have to use power tools or messy materials. The options of these DIY pillow covers are endless. You can go for any style and pattern you want to do with. As a matter of fact, this idea is marvelous for your decor. So, check them out:
1. No-sew Pillow Covers
Is it real? Yes! All you need to do is by gluing the pillow covers from the fabric you love. Buy your favorite patterned and colored fabrics; then glue them into the desirable shape and size. And voila!
2. Repurposed Sweater Pillow Covers
This DIY pillow cover project does not really a new material. Just look for your old sweater and take it as a pillow cover. Take a note that sewing a sweater may be challenging as they are easily loosening.
3. Envelope Pillow Cover
This one is for you love sewing things. The step is super easy. Like other ideas, this one has various possibilities. We suggest that you should master one basic pattern of the envelope shape, and other ideas will come in hand. The materials you need are 1 pillow/ pillow form, tape measure, fabric, scissors, pins, iron and sewing machine.
4. Repurposed Shirt Pillow Cover
This DIY pillow cover is also whimsical. You, your spouse or your kids might have old shirts that have never been worn any longer. Repurpose those things will give you a sweet and personalized home decor. The first step you need is by placing an old shirt on the flat surface while buttoned up. The next step is by creating a template or pattern (this step is to help you easier cutting off the shirt). The third step is by sewing a straight line around 4 sides. And done!
5. Quilted Denim Pillow Cover
The supplies you need are denim fabric pieces, canvas fabric, pillow form, sewing machine and the thread. First of all, sew together all the denim fabric pieces using a 1/4 “ (the size should be referred to your pillow). The second, measure and cut the fabric to meet 2” wider than the pillow. The last step is use the extra canvas fabric for the front area (the size and shape is your preference).