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.

By Jaime Buerger
June 25, 2015
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THE TOOLS

  • 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
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HOW-TO

  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.

THE DETAILS

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

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