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Handmade Pillows from Comforter, Table Cloth & Pants

Green pillow was handmade from an old table cloth that was stained, so I saved the fabric that wasn't & stuffed just covered my old pillows for a new life. The red pillows were made from an old comforter for my bed. And the black sequence pillow was made from a pair of Halloween 60s style pants. One of the flared bottoms made this pillow, again covering old pillows I already had, for a change of color in my living room.

Handmade Pillows from Comforter, Table Cloth & Pants Clothing
Handmade Pillows from Comforter, Table Cloth & Pants Clothing

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