The other day a little hole on my pin cushion ripped open even more, to the point the stuffing was falling out. I decided to give the old cushion new life with fresh stuffing and a cute patch. While I was at it, I wanted to re-stuff a couple cat toys. I was disappointing to
I may have mentioned this before. I don’t like to sew. But thanks to my mom, I do know how to sew. Not at an expert level or anything even close to it, but I can sew. It took about an hour and half. Because of seams I had to pick. It’s just made out
Staying in a hotel is a nightmare for me. Almost every room features the fluffiest and thickest pillows, which is great for some people, but I always wake up with a neck ache the next day. Because I only like superflat pillows, the process of finding the perfect one usually consists of waiting two years
My husbands favorite shirt was well past its prime when I noticed a fatal armpit hole. For our anniversary I transformed his tattered Hawaiian shirt into 2 fabulous pillows that he absolutely loves! To make two envelope style pillows you will need: 1 button down shirt 1 yard matching fabric 1 yard interfacing Damp Cloth
Tracee Ellis Ross just gave the #PillowChallenge a go on Instagram, following in Halle Berry’s footsteps. I really was going to try the pillow challenge at some point during the lockdown, I swear. I even had the right pillowcase picked out, perfectly coordinated with my translucent white belt — the one with the oversize buckle.
Hello! Today I am so excited to share my very first original DIY project with you! I have linked to other ones in the past, but today’s project does not come from another website. A friend of mine showed me how to do this using a pillow form, but since I didn’t have a pillow