No-Sew Fat-Quarter Pillow
thehappyhousie.comTurn a fat-quarter piece of quilting fabric into an envelope-style pillow cover with no-sew hem tape in this idea from The Happy Housie. Hot glue decorative buttons on the edge as a finishing touch.
Get the how-to at The Happy Housie.
No-Sew Throw Pillows With Piping
hisugarplum.blogspot.comHi Sugarplum gives DIY pillows a high-end look by adding piping in contrasting colors with no-sew hem tape and an iron.
Get the how-to at Hi Sugarplum.
Greek Key Ribbon Pillow
livelovediy.comFour strips of ivory ribbon arranged in a Greek key pattern are glued to a navy canvas pillow in this elegant project from Live Love DIY.
Get the how-to at Live Love DIY.
Jute-Trimmed Pillow Case Makeover
thelilypadcottage.comA star-patterned crib sheet gives a plain pillow cover more personality when carefully hot-glued inside the existing jute trim in this project from The Lily Pad Cottage.
Get the how-to at The Lily Pad Cottage.
Design Store Knock-Offs
mudpiesandmarigolds.blogspot.comTransfer design store-inspired printed images onto painter’s dropcloths before turning them into no-sew pillowcases with fusible web tape in this how-to from Mudpies & Marigolds. You can even glue a scrap of fabric on as a pocket.
Get the how-to at Mud Pies and Marigolds.
No-Sew Cloth Napkin Pillow Cover
centsationalgirl.comStylish cloth napkins make inexpensive, removable pillow covers in this no-sew project from Centsational Girl. Simply attach two napkins together with an iron and some fusible web tape from the fabric store.
Get the how-to at Centsational Girl.
Fold-and-Tie Pillow Cover
organizeyourstuffnow.comWrap an old pillow in a new fabric with this ingenious fold-and-tie method from Organize Your Stuff Now. Use a favorite scarf or tablecloth.
Get the how-to at Organize Your Stuff Now.
Monogrammed Rosette Pillow
nestdecorator.blogspot.comMonogram a pillow with rosettes secured with liquid stitch glue. The Birds Nest shows how to wrap the fabric strips around your finger to form the rosette.
Get the how-to at The Birds Nest.
Twine-Tied Burlap Grain Sack Pillow
debbie-debbiedoos.comUpcycle some old burlap grain sacks into shabby chic throw pillows by filling them with fluffy stuffing and fabric-gluing the edges together like in this project from Debbiedoo’s. Tie twine bows on top for an extra rustic touch.
Get the how-to at Debbiedoo’s.