Pillow with Initial from Victorian Whitework Embroidery Font:
This precious pillow, decorated with embroidery designs from Grapes-N-Wheat set, have
been created by Bobbie Berry from Memphis. Bobbie, thank you SO MUCH... It's
The pillow was sewn of cream-color linen fabric, and decorated
with matching golden trim and embroidery initial. The designs has been
embroidered using polyester
machine embroidery thread. The initial letter is from "Victorian
Whitework" embroidery font. Here's a photo of this beautiful
Instructions for making this pillow:
Cut two pieces of decorator fabric (14" x 18" size).
Stitch your embroidery design(s). Cut a 3"x2" piece of fabric and fold both
sides towards the middle and stitch to lower middle of front piece.
decorative cord trim, right sides together, around the edge of the front piece,
beginning and ending in the middle of the small flange piece. Stitch cording and
clip edges. Fold flange down and stitch (On very heavy cording trim this will
prevent you from having an overlap that would be difficult or impossible to sew
Pin back to front, right sides together and stitch, leaving a 5"
opening in the bottom. Turn right side out, through the opening. Fill with
fiberfill and blind stitch opening. Finished!
1. If your piece of fabric is too small, too
delicate, too slippery or too fat for hooping, you may hoop only a piece of
backing (without the fabric), spray some temporary adhesive spray on hooped
stabilizer, then stick the fabric to an appropriate spot and embroider. You may
find some embroidery backing and temporary adhesive