Instructors Lesson Plan for Oh Sew Easy Pillows
Class members learn to make the basic 12" x 12" square pillow with overlapping back panels for easy insertion of a pillow form. Whether you choose a lively print or more subdued stripe, it's sure to add interest to your room!
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- Requires the basic supplies needed to create a pillow (i.e. needles, thread, fabric, stuffing, etc.)
- A simple, straightforward project for pupils who have learned the basics and need more practice
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