Winter Design Trends

Turn an Old Sweater Into a Chic, Preppy Pillow

Add warm, menswear-inspired appeal to your bed pillows this winter with quick and easy slipcovers made from old sweaters and button-up shirts.

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Fold Neck

Fold the neck of the sweater or shirt onto the back of pillow form. This will create a clean line across the top of the pillow. The same step can be used for shirts to keep collars flat and square.

Add Stitch to Neck

Using needle and thread, make a small stitch at corner where neck meets back of pillow. This will hold the neck firmly in place without damaging the sweater, shirt or pillow insert.

Fold Bottom Corners

Fold corners of bottom of sweater to back of pillow insert.

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