- 1 How much fabric do I need for a Euro pillow sham?
- 2 What size is a European pillow sham?
- 3 How do you make a Euro cushion cover?
- 4 How do you turn a pillowcase into a sham?
- 5 How much fabric is needed for a pillow sham?
- 6 What size is a queen sham?
- 7 How much fabric do I need to make a 26×26 pillow?
- 8 How do you dress a bed with a European pillow?
- 9 How do you style a European pillow?
- 10 How many European pillows do I need for a queen bed?
- 11 How do I make a no sew pillow cover?
How much fabric do I need for a Euro pillow sham?
How much fabric is needed for a euro sham? Euro shams are typically 26 inches square, so cut a square of face fabric that is 26 inches + 1.25 inches (for a regular 5/8′′ seam) + the desired flange width. I made these flanges 2.5 inches all the way around, so I cut my face fabric to 32.25 inches square.
What size is a European pillow sham?
European pillow shams measure 26×26 inches, which is the size of the standard European pillow.
How do you make a Euro cushion cover?
- Select fabric for your pillowcases.
- Cut the fabric into 1 square that matches the size of your pillow.
- Make 2 rectangular pieces of fabric for the back of the pillowcase.
- Fold 1 long side of the rectangles over by 1⁄2 inch (1.3 cm) and iron it.
- Sew straight stitches across the folded sides of the rectangles.
How do you turn a pillowcase into a sham?
I folded the fabric under so it measured 30″, put heat n’bond inside and ironed. Finally, I finished by sewing 2″ in on all sides. I measured 2″ from my needle and I put a piece of tape to keep my line straight. Once I got close to the edge I held a ruler up to measure 2″ and then turned the sham to repeat.
How much fabric is needed for a pillow sham?
A finished standard pillowcase should measure about 22.5 inches by 31.5 inches, allowing for fill depth, seaming and an approximate 4-inch hem. One yard of 45-inch-wide fabric should be enough to make one standard case, if the material is preshrunk.
What size is a queen sham?
Queen – size pillow shams have an interior size of 20-by-30 inches; they are sized to fit a 20-by-30-inch queen – size pillow. Like standard shams, the overall dimensions of queen shams depends upon the width of any ruffle or flange added to the sham. Two queen – size pillows fill the width of a queen – size bed.
How much fabric do I need to make a 26×26 pillow?
A square of 54-inch fabric is 1 1/4 yards long. That’s enough for four finished 16-inch square pillows (plus one 18-inch square of fabric left over). That 54-inch square also is a perfect size for a throw; just hem or finish the edges.
How do you dress a bed with a European pillow?
How to Arrange Your Pillows:
- Place your king pillows against the headboard.
- Arrange your three euro pillows in front of them.
- Your accent pillows go at the very front of your arrangement and can be centered and staggered, or you can place one in front of the other two in a triangular formation.
How do you style a European pillow?
Use the 2 euro shams and place them side by side, using them as your first layer, closest to the headboard. Then place the 2 standard pillows, centered in front of each Euro sham. Next, place the 2 standard shams, centered in front of each pillow. Place the 2 decorative pillows centered in front of each sham.
How many European pillows do I need for a queen bed?
Prop three European shams along the back of the bed. Instead of king size pillows, use three queen or standard size pillows with shams for the second layer, then center two boudoir pillows on the gaps. (Note that European squares often coordinate with the duvet in terms of color and pattern.)
How do I make a no sew pillow cover?
How to Make a No – Sew Pillow Cover
- Measure and Cut Fabric. Measure and cut fabric three times as wide and two times as high as the pillow form (Images 1 and 2).
- Cover Pillow Form. Place form in the middle of the fabric piece, and fold over fabric in half to completely cover (Images 1 and 2).
- Tie a Knot.