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Make your own Otomi Fabric!
Usually embroidered, this expensive fabric can be made with bright cotton fabrics and E-6000 Glue!

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  • How to make a pillow/cushion. Otomi Fabric Pillows And Shade - Step 2
    Step 1

    Colorful cotton fabric
    Otomi patterns
    E-6000 Stitchless and Fabri-Fuse
    Polyfil
    Americana Decoupage
    Lampshade
    Pom Pom trim
    Heavy cotton fabric
    Iron
    Sewing machine

  • Step 2

    Watch how to do it here:

  • How to make a pillow/cushion. Otomi Fabric Pillows And Shade - Step 3
    Step 3

    1. Cut out several of each pattern in cotton fabric
    2. Pin them in place on a piece of heavy cotton fabric
    *I made pillows and cut 2 pieces of heavy cotton fabric 20" x 20" in size
    3. & 4. Add a fine line of E-6000 Stitchless around the edge of each shape and iron in place
    5. 6. & 7. Cut pom pom trim to the size of each side of your pillow and stitch it to the pillow with the pom poms facing toward the inside of the pillow
    8. Place the other piece of heavy cotton fabric on top of the first and stitch around the edges using 1/2" seam allowance
    9. Leave a 5" hole on one side
    10. Flip the pillow inside out, stuff and stitch the hole closed
    FOR THE LAMPSHADE
    11. & 12 Apply the shapes to the shade with Americana Decoupage and using E-6000 Fabri-Fuse add the pom pom trim to the edges and keep in place with clothespins until it dries

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