Make 10-Minute Spring Pillow Covers

Make 10 minute spring pillow covers. Change up the look of your room in just minutes inexpensively.

Make 10-Minute Spring Pillow Covers

Make 10-minute spring pillow covers. Change the look of your room in just a few minutes for a few dollars.

I love making pillow covers. I know I’ve talked about it before, but making your own pillow covers is so much better than buying pre-made pillows. You can use the same insert over and over which is economical. PLUS you have so much freedom in terms of the patterns and colors of covers you can make. I’ve teamed up with fabric.com to show you how easy it is to change your look up with pillow covers! Here was the same room in the fall:

fall black and white pillows

Make 10-minute Spring pillow covers

This project requires MINIMAL sewing skills. All you need is a basic sewing machine and the ability to sew a fairly straight line.

Make 10 minute spring pillow covers. Change up the look of your room in just minutes inexpensively.

I had some fabric left over from my closet makeovers I did this month:

Closet Makeover with Fabric. Create "faux" wallpaper for the fraction of the price iwth panels that can be changed out. All the no-sew details.

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Closet Makeover with Fabric. Create "faux" wallpaper for the fraction of the price iwth panels that can be changed out. All the no-sew details.

Make Over Your Closet With Fabric 

 Fabric Closet Organization. Make over your closet with fabric. Make fabric boxes, fabric lined bins and reupholster a bench for a beautiful closet!

So I thought – the color of the fabric I used for my closets is exactly the right shade as my family room couch. Why not make some easy 10-minute pillow covers?? It really was a no-brainer.

Make 10 minute spring pillow covers. Change up the look of your room in just minutes inexpensively.

Make 10-minute Spring pillow covers

You can get more information on how to make a pocket pillow cover at this post. But basically all you do is measure out the size of the insert; my inserts were 20-inches square. Then I added an inch all the way around for seam allowance. For the envelop backs you just measure the same as the front and add 6 inches on to the width so there is an overlap in the back which holds the pillow inside the pillow cover. Then sew a seam along the length of the two envelope pieces. You face the fabric inside, so the right side of the fabric faces each other. Pin it in place and sew along the outside of the pillow cover. Then pop the pillow cover inside out, which is really the right side. And put your insert inside.

The fabric I used is  Anderson Check Snowy Fabric.

fabric.com snowy check fabric

The other fabric is Anderson Canopy Snowy Fabric

canopy snowy stripe fabric fabric.com

I used the two coordinating prints – one with buffalo checks and the other striped.

Make 10 minute spring pillow covers. Change up the look of your room in just minutes inexpensively.

Make 10-minute Spring pillow covers

I love the clean and simple look it gives my family room for SPRING!!

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What could be better than that??

What projects are YOU working on for Spring?? 

Let us know in the comments!!

Have a Beautiful Day!

xoxo

This project was sponsored by fabric.com. I only partner with brands I love. All opinions are mine

 

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