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Pillow Stuffing Trick (Tip/Technique)
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Posted by: Sherril Miller
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Posted on: 4/28/11 11:20 PM
Use dry cleaner bags, those that your clothes come in when you get your them back from the dry cleaners. The bags are very thin and easy to rip. Slip your pillow stuffing inside the plastic bag and it will slide into the pillow cover and then you can easily remove the plastic bag from the pillow stuffing from inside the cover.
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Lynngray said...
Good Tip ~ Thanks
4/29/11 2:00 AM
Lynngray said...
Good Tip ~ Thanks
4/29/11 2:00 AM
anetJay said...
that is a cool idea :)
4/29/11 8:33 AM
LynnG said...
Great tip!
4/29/11 10:28 AM
solosmocker said...
I just did this and this is a great tip. Thanks, Sherril.
5/6/11 5:22 PM
quathy said...
thanks for posting this!
5/14/11 9:54 AM
yobo said...
Thank you. I have tried this with other materials but they didn't work well. I can't wait to try this. I will have to ask my neighbors because I cannot dry-clean clothes
5/19/11 11:41 AM
Sherril Miller said...
Yobo, you can probably just go into any dry-cleaner and as for a bag or two. They might want to charge a small fee, but they probably will just give them to you.
5/20/11 10:33 AM
Kathy M said...
Great tip, and I will be using it pretty soon, since I will be making some pillows from leftover quilting blocks.
5/28/11 1:16 PM
Carole Ridley said...
Thanks Sherrill, I'm in the middle of sewing little cushions and yur tip came just at the right time.
10/15/11 7:12 PM

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