do-it-yourself ring pillow

There are no tri­fles in the process of prepar­ing a wed­ding. Even beau­ti­ful­ly designed rings for the cer­e­mo­ny bring a roman­tic touch. Usu­al­ly they imme­di­ate­ly make the same decor for pil­lows, glass­es and bot­tles of cham­pagne, it looks very beau­ti­ful and styl­ish. In this arti­cle, we pro­pose to con­sid­er how to sew a pil­low for rings on your own.

Pillow for rings — master class

Before you sew a pil­low for rings, you should think over its appear­ance in advance and pur­chase var­i­ous dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments in a needle­work store. It can be flow­ers, peb­bles, rib­bons, rib­bons and any oth­er dec­o­ra­tions.

For work we need:

  • a piece of white fab­ric (satin or silk);
  • sin­tipuh or oth­er filler;
  • threads in tone.

Now con­sid­er a sim­ple mas­ter class for mak­ing pil­lows for rings with your own hands.

  1. Mark the details on a piece of fab­ric. The pat­tern of the pads for the rings is very sim­ple: these are two squares. Stan­dard ring pad size is approx­i­mate­ly 10x10cm. When you trans­fer the details of the pat­tern, take into account the allowances for the seams (at least 2cm).
  2. We pin the details of the pil­lows with pins and sew on a type­writer. Don’t for­get to leave a hole for turn­ing.
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  4. We make cuts on the cor­ners and turn the prod­uct inside out. It is very con­ve­nient to use a wood­en skew­er or some­thing sim­i­lar for this. Be sure to straight­en the cor­ners well.
  5. Next, we fill the pil­low for the rings with our own hands with sin­tepuh or oth­er filler. Sew with hid­den stitch­es.
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  7. The base is ready and now you can think about how to dec­o­rate the pil­low for the rings. The author of the les­son sug­gests dec­o­rat­ing the edges of the pil­low with beads. First, mark the places with pins so that every­thing is sym­met­ri­cal. In order not to con­stant­ly cut off a new thread, after fix­ing the bead, care­ful­ly draw the nee­dle inside the pad and bring it out at the attach­ment point of the next one.
  8. As dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments, we will use satin ros­es and fin­ish­ing branch­es (such can be found in jew­el­ry for wit­ness­es and the groom). First, mark every­thing and fix it with pins.
  9. Organ­za flow­ers, beads and satin rib­bons will look great.
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  11. From the rib­bon we will make a bow in order to attach rings to it in the future. We fix it with a few stitch­es and dec­o­rate the cen­ter with a bead.
  12. Do-it-your­self pil­low for rings is ready! It remains only to put the rings and fix them with the ends of the rib­bon bow.
See also
What should be the engagement ring?
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It is such roman­tic and cute lit­tle things as a pil­low for rings, bon­bon­nieres for guests, a wed­ding chest and hand­made wine glass­es that can make the most impor­tant day unique and leave vivid mem­o­ries.