Our couch pillows looked outdated and were falling apart. I learned how to make a couch pillow cover by following these directions for an easy DIY envelope pillow case.
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How to Make a Couch Pillow Cover – DIY Easy Envelope Pillow Case
It’s dangerous browsing Pinterest, especially at night. I get all kinds of ideas and then get excited about starting the project the next day. I’ve been browsing Pinterest and came across various DIY envelope pillow case tutorials.
It’s been many years since I have done a sewing project. The only material I had in the house was Pittsburgh Steelers fabric. “That would be great for the game room,” I thought.
Idea from Pinterest – Pittsburgh Steelers Envelope Pillow Cases
So, my project the other day was to learn how to make a couch pillow cover. Since I live in a house full of Steelers fans, I planned to make Pittsburgh Steelers Envelope Pillow Covers.
We have some old ratty looking couch pillows that I wasn’t fond of. I was so excited to get those covered and make the boys and husband happy at the same time.
Here’s a picture of the DIY envelope pillow cases that I made.
Make Your Own Couch Pillow Covers with these Easy DIY Envelope Pillow Case Tutorials
Since there are lots of easy pillowcase patterns on the web, I was not sure where to start. So, I began looking through Pinterest for some directions on how to make a pillowcase.
It seems that one of the easiest ways to make a pillow cover is to use directions or patterns for an envelope pillow case. These do not involve any zippers or buttons, so these are an easier DIY project for those with little time or little sewing experience.
10-Minute Envelope Cover Tutorials
- How to Make Cushion Covers: Envelope Covers in 10 MINUTES here.
- Learn How to Make an EASY Envelope Pillow Cover on this blog.
- Head to Tater Tots and Jello for How to Make 10-Minute Pillow Covers for Spring!
- For another pillow cover craft tutorial, check out The 10 Minute DIY Pillow Cover.
DIY Envelope Closure Pillow Covers for Beginner Sewers
This is a refreshed post from a few years back.
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Rachel is an Austin blogger, educator, mom, wife, young breast cancer survivor writing about health, saving money, and living a happy life in Austin, Texas.
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