DIY No-Sew Fabric Pillow Covers | Nursery Project


  1. I love that these are no sew because, frankly, I can’t sew. This gives me hope that I can still DIY cute things! Thanks for sharing Molly!

  2. They look great! I have used that heat bond for a few projects and I would certainly try pillows if I had thought of it 😉 Most of my projects are in the “fly by the seat of my pants” realm! A few weeks ago I made an embroidery hoop for the first time. It was kind of intimidating, but I’m pleased with the way it turned out.

  3. Your timing of this post couldn’t be better! I too have been wanting to make a pillow for the glider in babes room with leftover fabric from the crib skirt and really, some of the tutorials are SO confusing. Thanks Molly! I’m pretty sure I can handle a little pillow making now 😉


  4. Great project Molly! My daughter and I are taking sewing lessons and I have become a total addict! I love it! I wish you lived closer so you could take them with us! We have made some cool stuff! Susan

  5. I LOVE them! And I’m very excited about the no-see tutorial! I am a seamstress of sorts, however, I am not in love with trying to wrangle out my sewing machine while everyone is sleeping (ie: the only chance I have to sew!). This is gonna help me get some pretty sofa pillows! 🙂 can’t wait to see the whole nursery reveal!

  6. You and the heat bond! I love it! Can I tell you something embarrassing? I didn’t know what this was, until like, really really recently. I thought that it wasn’t real. Seriously. I haven’t ever seen it or used it and for some reason I thought it was some mythical creature that people made up to tease me with. Not exactly sure why… but there you have it. Clearly I need to be picking some up for the ease of some of my smaller scale projects!!

  7. Great job. I do sew and have made pillows before. I took on a bigger than me project years ago, when I tried to make my then husband a jacket. . .talk about flying by the seat of my pants!

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