Handmade ring bearer pillow is wedding needlework
and sewing craft. Learn how to make ringbearer pillow wedding craft
Handmade Ring Bearer Pillow
Wedding is the special occasion, which leaves its memories forever, in one's life. If you want to make something special for your own wedding, which you can keep with you for whole life, then you can think of making a handmade ring bearer pillow. The craft requires very little sewing skills and looks quite graceful. It can be a beautiful wedding memory keepsake and passed on as a family heirloom. Smooth and soft texture makes it look more delicate and cute. The idea to tie wedding ring onto it loosely using the ribbon strands will avoid the chaos that the lost ring causes, at the time it is needed. Explore the article to know how to make ring bearer pillow wedding craft.
How To Make Ring Bearer Pillow Wedding Craft
- ¼ inch and ½ inch Decorative Satin Ribbon and Lace
- 8 to 10 inch square of White or Off-White Fabric (Silk, Satin, Brocade or Same Fabric as the Bridal Dress)
- Embroidery Needles
- Embroidery Thread
- Lace Ruffle
- Lucky Charms
- Sewing Needles
- Thread to Sew
- Two to Three Polyester Batting Squares (Same as Fabric Square in Size)
- Do any embroidery and needlework on the right side of the fabric square.
- Sew on lucky charms, small ribbon and lace to the fabric face.
- Sew on the straight edge of the lace ruffle along the fabric edge, on all four sides, wrong sides together.
- Now, put the wrong sides of both the fabric pieces together and sew them to form the pillow on three sides.
- Turn the pillow inside out (from the open side) and stuff it with polyester batting.
- Fold the edge of the open side towards the pillow back for about half an inch and stitch it close using slipstitch.
- Glue on the ¼ inch satin or silk ribbon to the center of the pillow top.
- Stitch the ribbon to the pillow at the center point.
- Glue on a ribbon bow made from the same ribbon over the stitching to hide it.
- The two ribbon strands can be used to loosely tie the wedding rings to the pillows
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