A Sweater Pillow Cover
I found a tutorial at Creme de la Craft for turning old sweaters into cool pillow covers. No sewing, no cutting. Here it is:
You don’t need to toss out your favorite sweater just because it’s got a hole! Instead, you can upcycle old or damaged sweaters into cozy pillows. This no-sew tutorial is so easy that it’ll take you less than five minutes to complete. Plus, it doesn’t require any cutting so you can use your sweaters as pillow covers during the summer and wear them again in the winter!
- Stuff the pillow inside the sweater, stopping an inch below the underarm seam.
- Pull the sleeves from the back of the pillow and wrap them around the front of the pillow, knotting them together in the center. Fold back the cuffs if desired.
- Turn the pillow upside down to expose the bottom hem of the sweater.
- Tuck in one side of the bottom hem. Tuck in the other side to form a little pocket.
- Turn the pillow on its opposite side to expose the neckline of the sweater.
- There should be a little pocket that was formed on the back of the pillow after you knotted the sleeves in the front. Tuck the neckline of the sweater inside this little pocket so that it is hidden.
This technique can be used with any long sleeved shirt. I’m not sure if the knot on the back would bother me, and I am also unsure how well it holds up to continued use.
Borrowed from: The Prosperity Project