Fall is in the air and I love the opportunity to make home a bit more cozy and comfy. I'm also loving these Pottery Barn Sweater Pillow covers. They seem like a great way to add some warmth and texture, and invite us all in to snuggle.
Since I live on more of a Target budget I had the idea to work up some sweater pillow covers on my own.
So I found a sweater at a thrift store, gathered up some matching yarn and some children's safety needles.
Cause sewing and I don't always get alone.
And really, they're big enough to thread yarn through.
Then I turned it inside out and stitched up the sleeve holes and the neck holes. Now, you need to know-this isn't brain surgery and it sure doesn't look perfect. In fact, it's far from. But it stays together and when it's all done it looks good; although good isn't perfect, it's good enough for me!
All that's left to do now is stitch up the opening and admire your handiwork, then vacuum because cut up sweaters sure make a mess.
Plush comfort on a thrift store budget-doesn't get any better than that.
I'm sharing with Kimba's DIY party today-head over to be inspired by tons of great DIY projects.