But that didn't seem quite right.
So I made a pillow instead. Here she is:
(Oh! You can see in this photo a sneak peek of the
Fretwork Eco Throw in GREY-- coming soon!)
Amazing how it matches the pelmet box fabric that I designed.
I hadn't planned that, just a happy coincidence!
The pillow was super easy to make. I used some old drapery liner fabric that I had on hand and fused the scarf on to it with "Heat N Bond Lite", which is an iron on adhesive, so that way it has a little extra strength to it since it's a lightweight silk scarf. Iron the stuff on before you sew the pillow together (duh.) Since I'm too lazy to learn to sew a zipper, I just did an easy overlap in the back, I even just used the selvaged edge so I didn't have to sew a hem on it. (Hem is probably not the right word here, but you know what I mean.)
Making this scarf pillow took less than a half an hour,
it was FREE since I had everything already
AND it's a green project--using recycled materials and scraps.
Don't want to make one yourself? Check out these beauties:
All from Esty shop found here.