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Sheer Delight Ring Pillow

The exchange of bands might just be the most symbolic moment of any wedding. Match that monumental occasion with a just-as-special pillow, made from two playfully printed fabrics, for your ring bearer to carry down the aisle. 

Photography by: NGOC MINH NGO


  • 2 patterned fabrics, 4 1/2 square inches
  • 1 sheer fabric, 4 1/2 square inches
  • Needle and thread 
  • Cotton stuffing 
  • 10-inch-long ribbon
Photography by: NGOC MINH NGO


  1. Position the patterned squares with the right sides facing one another, and sandwich the sheer fabric square in between them. 
  2. Sew with a 1/4-inch seam allowance all around, leaving a 1 1/2-inch opening; clip corners as shown.
  3. Fold inside out and place stuffing between the two patterned layers; sew the opening shut using a blind stitch. 
  4. Stitch ribbon in center, cutting to desired length.


Striped cotton, $17/yd, and burgundy-on-white floral cotton, $10/yd; Orange polka-dot flocking tulle, $43/yd;


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About the Author

Jaime Buerger

A senior editor at MSW, Jaime edits the planning section of the magazine and writes stories on flowers, home décor, stationery, and more. Since she started, she's learned the difference between buttercream and fondant, what the 4Cs of diamonds really measure, and how to properly address both the outer and inner envelopes of an invitation. She also eats more than her fair share of...


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