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Polly from Pieces by Polly back again with another fun pillow project for you. I’ve always LOVED how Cuddle® bindings look on quilts, so on a whim I decided to try adding a regular quilt binding to some Cuddle® pillows…and my new favorite way of making pillows was born. It’s a great way to add a contrasting Cuddle® fabric. A solid color Cuddle® binding can help keep a busy print grounded…or a Cuddle® print can add a bit more interest to a plainer looking pillow.
This method works equally well for large or small or custom shaped pillows.
Polly here from Pieces by Polly. There are few things I LOVE more than encouraging kids to enjoy books…and sewing…so when my passions for sewing and encouraging kids to read combine, it’s the perfect project for me. I’ve done lots of reading pillow/cushion projects over the years, but this one is a favorite. Shannon Fabrics generously donated Cuddle® fabric and Fairfield World donated the pillows and foam recently, so I could make this amazing reading corner for one of the new teachers at my kids’ elementary school.
Sleep masks can be helpful for anyone trying to get some shut-eye while it’s still light out, but these weighted Cuddle® sleep masks are even more useful. Migraine sufferers can keep one in the freezer and pull it out for some cold, soothing relief. They can also be great for kids who have a hard time falling asleep on their own. Even without cooling them, kids will love the soft plush feel and soothing pressure of the weighted poly-pellet beads as the mask helps them keep their eyes closed long enough to fall asleep. Letting kids pick their own Cuddle color or pattern will make this a fast favorite in their bedtime routine!