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Explore Standard Sizes, Sham Standard, and more!

Helpful table showing pillow sham standard sizes and their best uses. Don't forget to account for flange size and seam allowances when your create your own pattern.

from The Sewing Loft

Custom Piping in 4 simple steps

Learn how to create custom piping to coordinate, contrast or match your projects in 4 simple steps. Directions are easy to follow. I love making my own piping for pillows and for definition in my favorite bag patterns.

from Home

Sew a Flanged Pillow Sham: Easy Photo Instructions

Sizing and how to make a flanged pillow sham

from The Homes I Have Made

Home Decor Sewing School

Customize your bed linens and save money by making your own pillow shams! This tutorial walks you through everything you need to know!

from One Crazy House

15 Sewing Tricks Your Grandma Should Have Showed You

Whether you're an experienced seamstress or a beginner just starting out, here are 15 sewing tricks you need to have in your arsenal.

from Bloglovin’

Tutorial: 3 tips to help cut your fabric accurately (Sewing

Tutorial: 3 tips to help cut your fabric accurately


Tutorial of Pillow Piping! Love this!!


This memory bear is made from an old t-shirt and stitched with a heartwarming message (I'm made from a shirt your dad used to wear. Hold me tight he's right here). A thoughtful gift for military families. (scheduled via

from see kate sew

boho baby romper pattern

This post is sponsored by! I’m thrilled to share this pattern with you, I had a blast designing it with fabric and trim from! I was going for a vintage-inspired boho feel to this little baby romper and I’m excited about how it turned out! I think it’s pretty cute on my little …

from Newton Custom Interiors

How To Make A Flanged Pillow With Cording

Hi everyone!  Today I’m posting over at So Sew Easy about how to make a flanged pillow.  This flanged pillow has cording around the outside, and a zipper inserted in the back side.  One of my favorite kinds of pillows to make!  So, head on over to Deby’s site and check it out!