While my grandmother was in town, she indicated that the new pillow for the chair in her room was simply too full and asked if I could make it flatter for her.
As you can see, it's a lovely pillow.
Like most commercially-made pillows these days the side that was left open for turning it right-side out and putting the stuffing in was top-stitched closed.
I carefully cut and unpicked all of the stitches.
I decided that rather than just topstitch the pillow back to its original state it made more sense to blind-stitch it closed.
|i imagine an explosion of polyfil coming from the pillow|
In short order the pillow was finished and is now half the thickness it was before.
Maybe not the most exciting post, I know, but it's nice to have a project to share where I've actually finished it.