- 1). Fold under 1/4 to 1/2 inches of fabric at each short end and stitch to form a hem.
- 2). Measure 6 inches from the short end of your fabric and draw a line to mark this edge. Do this again 6 inches in from the other short end of the fabric. Sew ribbon, lace or a 4 or 5 inch wide piece of contrasting fabric along each of these lines on the fabric. Sew the other edge of the ribbon, lace or fabric to the body of the pillow, or leave it free.
- 3). Fold the fabric lengthwise with the right side in, long edges meeting. Sew a seam along this edge. Press the seam open so that each side of the seam lays flat against the fabric.
- 4). Turn the fabric right side out and insert your bolster form. If you are stuffing the pillow, stuff loosely at this point.
- 5). Cut the 1/2 inch ribbon in half so that you have two pieces measuring 1 yard each. Tie the ribbon tightly to close each end of the bolster, covering the stitching marks from your trim. If you are using stuffing, tie the ribbon at one end, stuff the pillow as tightly as possible and then tie the other end.
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