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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 944 Pr Fringe

Instructions and Help about Can Form 944 Pr Fringe

This is Renee Romeo and today you'll be joining me in my sewing room. We will be learning how to make these beautiful fringe throw pillows. You can make these pillows any size, but for this tutorial, we will be making three 25 by 25 pillows for a king-size bed. So please join me as I show you exactly how to do this from start to finish. To begin, I have measured my pillow form which is 25 inches by 25 inches. I will be adding an extra inch to account for a 1/2 inch seam allowance. Now that I have that measurement, I can calculate how much fabric I will need. The fabric I'm using has giant motifs, which are patterns that I will center on each pillow. The motif has a 27-inch repeat, meaning it will repeat every 27 inches. This works perfectly for my 25-inch square pillow form. Since the fabric is usually 54 to 56 inches wide, I can get two squares out of one width of fabric. Therefore, I will purchase 27 inches of fabric for each pillow, totaling 81 inches for three pillows. Once I've chosen my fabric, I need to prepare it for sewing. Since the fabric is thin, I like to interline it with a thin piece of flannel to give it some extra body. I simply baste the flannel to the backside of the fabric. With the interlining in place, I can now add the trim to the edges. For this pillow, I will be using brush fringe, which adds a nice fluffy texture. To attach the trim, I line it up along the edge and baste it in place. It's important to remember that when sewing fabric together, you need to sew with right sides together for a finished piece....