Make the best decorative indoor/outdoor pillow. We're going to show you how to make the decorative pillow cover with a stripe pattern, because that's the most difficult if you're not going to do a straight pattern, it's much easier, I'm trying to match up the stripes. So it comes out perfect and you're cutting three pieces. We have the front and the pocket Jack when you're done, cutting you'll have three different sized pieces. So here I've got one square at the bottom and then I've got two pieces that make the envelope in the back. So there's one and there's two and then what I'm doing is folding these over and pinning them to make sure that the stripes match up when I roll over the edges. So once you have the edges flipped over and sewn down, you then need to pin them to pin the top one first and then the bottom one goes over it and you pin starting from the top here and then working your way down to the sides and Then put the second piece over and then pin that from the bottom, going up making sure that it lays as flat as possible so I'll on the top.
I've literally pinned every single stripe so that when you sew it doesn't come misaligned so that when you turn this right side out, the stripes will all line up at the top and I'll do the same for the bottom too, and on the side, I only put One pin in to hold that in place. So now I'm going to lift this up here and I'm going to the same thing on the bottom, with this lower sheet here, there's lower one so right, sides together and I'm going to pin, just as I have on the top in each section to make sure That the stripes line up perfectly okay, so the top is all pinned and the sides. I have a couple of pins, keeping it in place, but then the bottom. I have that all lined up to you. It takes a long time, but the result is really nice. So I've sewn down the first edge here and then, when I get to the almost to the end, I pivot. I keep the sewing machine needle in and I lift this up and I pivot the actual pillowcase cover and then so that I don't sew all the way off.
I'm sewing a square within and later on, I'll trim the corners off so that when you turn the pillow inside out the corners don't get all like kind of funny-looking they look more like corners. That way, what do you do in num room? Well, I'm double surging, the fourth red surging, the pillows, which we do what's that yeah, so it puts thread around the edge, isn't it and it's a second so like where you've got the second stitch. All the way around these will last forever. That's to make the corner slip better, isn't it yeah come out better come outside what we did was we took the corners and we searched the edges. Now we're going to poke out the corners. So the big point - and they don't they aren't flat. So it so kind of round you don't have one it'll be like rounded. Sometimes you get lucky and they just pop out yeah, and I just have to say look at how those stripes are all matching up perfectly. Take your little tool yeah and show me the tool mum. What is it it's like it's a ruler with a pointy bit, but you can and it's so easy.