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    Well I decided to make new covers for my pillows that I dont like anymore, I just thought I could sew a new cover for it. I don't have a sewing machine..which now I realize I should get one! But anyways.. I did the inside out sewing for 3 sides, then turned it right side out & put the pillow in.. & now I can't figure out how I'm going to sew the last side, with out it looking tacky... I"m not very experienced either, so that doesn't help.. Any ideas or input?
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    Wow, I'm so not artistically inclined.. I don't have any advice, but I can't wait to see pics
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    I hope I can get it together to get a picture on here, b/c the fabric is really pretty! I got it on clearance too, lol.
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    you can either hand stitch it or, put a zip in it. Sewing machines come in real handy


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    oh yea.. is it hard to do a zipper? I should try that. Its just that sewing machines are so expensive. I've been tryign to find a used one at a thrift store or something.
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    try stich witchery or liquid stitch, stitch witchery is probably best


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    Quote Originally Posted by sandykay View Post
    try stich witchery or liquid stitch, stitch witchery is probably best
    stitch witchery is a Godsend! It works great especially if you need something hemmed in a hurry!

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