How to make a Graphic Pillow Sham
17×17″ pillow (or pillow of your choice; you’ll have to play with the measurements of the pillow sham)
Cut two pieces fabric 12″x18″. Cut one piece fabric 18″x18″.
Draw your design onto freezer paper and use utility knife to cut it out.
Place freezer paper on 18×18″ piece of fabric and iron down. Iron should be DRY and hot, NO STEAM! You only need to iron for about one second; the freezer paper will stick almost immediately.
Apply fabric paint to fabric. I needed two coats to make the color darker, so I waited until the paint was almost dry and then I added another layer. When paint is still wet, gently peel freezer paper off fabric. Let paint dry completely preferably overnight. Heat set paint according to paint directions, or about 30 seconds with a dry iron with heat set to match fabric type.
While you are waiting for your paint to dry, get your other pieces ready. On one of the 12×18″ pieces, fold under one long edge 1/2″ and then another 1/2″. Pin and sew two parallel lines of stitching. Repeat with other piece, except fold under 1″. See the difference in the photo?
When your fabric paint is dry and heat-set, place right side up on a table. Place panel that you folded over 1/2″ on top of it, face down. Then place the panel you folded over 1″ on top of that with raw edges matched up. Pin and sew all the way around pillow sham. Turn right side out, stuff your pillow inside and you’re done!
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