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    28 Jun 2017 Sewing Instructions For Sew an 18 inch Envelope Pillow Cover. Cut 1 piece of fabric 18 inch square. Cut 2 pieces of fabric 18 inch by 13 inch each. Hem 1 long side of each of the 18 x 13 inch pieces with a 1/2 inch hem folded twice. Place your main fabric piece,(18? x 18?) face up on your work surface.
    16 Dec 2013 Learn how to sew an 18 inch pillow cover envelope with this step by step tutorial. The easiest way I have found yet. You will be making pillows
    To make a zippered pillow cover you can follow the step-by-step tutorial with photos below or head down to the A Pillow Insert: I like to use 18 inch pillows.
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    Pillow tutorial that gives cut sizes for various size pillows. Moose Mouse Creations: A Simple Pillow Cover Tutorial Diy Pillow Covers, Crochet Pillow Covers.
    31 Oct 2012 For an 18? wide pillow, cut two squares of fabric measuring 18 x 18 inches. I don’t cut them larger for a seam allowance. I find making the
    15 Apr 2014 DIY envelope pillow cover tutorial is so easy with my free PDF sewing printable. Make your own To make an envelope pillow cover for an 18?18 pillow form: Fabric Covered Lampshade by Beckie of Infarrantly Creative.2 Nov 2014
    4 Oct 2012 But, making a envelope pillow cover is even easier. So if you have an 18 x18 pillow, add an inch for the seam allowance — so the width will


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