Welcome back to my Camp S’more Series. It’s pillow day!! Thanks to the kind folks at Ink and Arrow Fabrics my Sew Junie camper is getting a mini-makeover. This cute fabric is just perfect for my 1971 Shasta Camper that I took from 70’s to farmhouse cozy 2 years ago.
When I started my pillow-palooza, I really wanted to mix it up. I wanted this set of pillow covers to be fun and exciting, with a lot of patchwork and pattern play. Most importantly, I needed to get them done quickly. What I didn’t want was to go to the fabric store. I had my stack of Camp S’mores fabric from Ink and Arrow, a mountain of pillow forms, and my handy stash of trims. What I was short of were invisible zippers.
Originally, I had intended to use my basic invisible zip pillow cover pattern from At Home with Modern June. Past the basic construction, I meant to mix up the pillow fronts with a combination of looks, but I only had a few zips on hand. I knew that I’d need to make some envelope pillow covers so, I headed off to my favorite sewing sites and got inspired.
Check out all the free pillow tutorials that I pinned this week on my DIY Sewing & Craft board!
If you are looking for a great envelope style, pillow cover tutorial with multiple options of trim the Grandma Anna’s Pretty Little Pillows via sew4home is a winner. It inspired me to get creative on the backside of my pillows.
Here is a peek at my pillow cover pattern in At Home with Modern June!
Please head over to the first post in this series to enter to win a lovely bundle of fabric. It’s enough material to make the small quilt that I used as a tablecloth and as a picnic quilt. I’ll be picking a winner on Monday!
Come back on Monday to see the entire camper makeover and to see if you are the lucky winner!