Coffee Sack Pillow DIY

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I posted a pic of these beauties on Instagram the other day + y’all went nuts! 
I have to say, I did too. They’re just too dang cute! I am so excited to share with y’all how I made them today.
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Supplies you need (for an 18″ pillow):
– A burlap coffee sack (I found mine at our local antique mall)
– a little over 1/2 yard of designer fabric
-sewing machine, scissors/rotary cutter, coordinating thread
First, cut out your fabric (measurements used for an 18″ pillow).
Out of the burlap sack, cut an 18.5″ square.
Out of your designer fabric, cut 2 18.5 x 12″ rectangles.
Hem your designer fabric on one end of each of the rectangle pieces. 
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Place your burlap square right side up & line up the raw edges of one of the rectangle pieces + the burlap. (Right sides should be facing.)
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Line up the raw edges on the other side. Your designer fabric will be overlapping.
PIN. All the way around + in the middle.
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Sew all the way around your square + flip right side out. 
You’ve got yourself a pillow with an envelope closure!
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See how easy that was???
I have made 8+ now!

9 thoughts on “Coffee Sack Pillow DIY

  1. LOVE these! i made an all burlap pillow a while back & still have to post the tutorial (whoops) but i really love the vintage coffee sack – so smart! – & the fabrics you chose are super cute – always love you stuff!

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