Hanging Grain Sack Christmas Pillows

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DIY subway art turned into adorable little hanging pillows...

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I used my favorite red striped grain sack fabric
and created 4 small sacks.  

First fold the grain sack fabric in half and
sew around 2 sides.

Hanging Grain sack Christmas Pillows www.homeroad.net

Turn the sacks right side out then
use Riley's TAP paper to transfer computer
generated subway art to the fabric.  

Print onto the TAP paper in reverse then 
iron the image onto the fabric.

Hanging Grain sack Christmas Pillows www.homeroad.net

Sew cotton seam binding into the two top corners then
tied in a bow at the top.

Hanging Grain sack Christmas Pillows www.homeroad.net

Hang these cute little grain sack pillows 
on the Christmas tree, a door knob,

Hanging Grain sack Christmas Pillows www.homeroad.net

or anywhere you want to spread a little
Christmas cheer.

Hanging Grain sack Christmas Pillows www.homeroad.net

Enjoy!

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5 comments

  1. What a cute idea!! Love them!!:)

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  2. These are so cute!!!! Thanks for sharing.

    Christmas Blessings...
    Sherri

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  3. Love these. Where do you find the grain sack material?

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    1. The grain sack fabric came from DecorSteals.com. They have a daily sale and this was one of them. :)

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