How to Make a Halloween Applique Pillow
This oh-so-cute felt pillow requires basic sewing skills and will bring a handmade touch to your Halloween decor.
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- 3/4 yard black felt
- 3/4 yard cream felt
- yardstick or measuring tape
- 20" x 20" pillow form
- printer paper
- sharp scissors
Measure and mark two 21-inch square pieces of cream felt (Image 1). Cut out with sharp scissors (Image 2).
Cut Bat Applique Pieces
Print both bat templates in the materials list in 8" x 10" format on standard printer paper. Cut out all three bat shapes and pin them to black felt (Image 1). Cut around applique pieces with sharp scissors. Remove paper templates and pins (Image 2).
Affix Applique Pieces
Apply fabric glue to body and wing tips of bats (Image 1). Press bat body glue-side-down in desired position on front piece of pillow (Image 2). Folding wing upward slightly, press glued tip onto pillow (Image 3). Repeat with other two applique pieces and allow glue to dry. Tip: Wings should appear to be flapping and will give pillow a 3-D effect (Image 4).
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