Halloween Ideas

How to Make a Spider Web Pillow

Fuzzy yarn on gray wool fabric is used to make this creepy (but cute) Halloween pillow. This project involves basic machine and hand sewing, so it's a snap to make.

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Pin and Sew Pillow

Place web-covered fabric right side down on the second piece of wool (Image 1). Line up edges and pin in place (Image 2). Sew around perimeter of pillow, leaving approximately 1/4-inch seam allowances (Image 3). Also, leave a 6- to 8-inch opening at bottom of pillow to insert pillow form (Image 4). Remove pins, and turn pillow cover right side out.

Insert Form and Sew Closed

Gently insert pillow form in cover, making sure it fills cover to each corner. Fold raw edges of opening inside pillow cover and pinch together, pinning it shut. Use a whipstitch to sew edges closed with an all-purpose sewing needle and dark gray all-purpose cotton thread. Remove pins and trim any loose threads.

Tip: Decorate with plastic spiders to bring life to the web.

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