Hello everyone! Look at the pillow I made for my rocker in the kitchen.
I can’t believe I did it. Using the same rooster cut-out as I did on the charger plate, I copied it onto burlap.
Using freezer paper, and a piece of burlap I placed the freezer paper on top of the burlap with the shiny side down and ran a medium to dry iron on top of the freezer paper. The freezer paper adhered to the burlap. I cut the burlap/freezer paper to 8 1/2” x 11” so that it would run through my printer as a standard piece of paper.
I placed the burlap face down in the paper feed of my printer and centered the rooster cut-out on the printer/copier glass and hit copy. This is how it looked.
I had scraps of fabric left over from kitchen curtains that I made to make the front of the pillow. I haven’t posted about my kitchen curtains that I made….you can just call me “Little Miss Seamstress…ha ha…it took me all day to make one curtain!
The back is also made with burlap.
I’m thinking maybe now I should have added a burlap ruffle. What do you think?
Thanks for stopping by and may your day be filled with lots of sunshine and all the happiness it can hold.