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« : 13 Январь 2023, 08:43:56 »

How to Make a Pretty Pouf Ottoman for Less Than $50

Both stylish and practical, poufs make an ideal addition to your living room and bedroom decor. These round floor pillows can stand in as extra seating in small spaces, serve as a tabletop surface to set small items, serve as a plush footrest, or simply fill up some empty floor space with an eye-catching accent. Even better, you can create your own DIY pouf for less than $50 using our easy-to-follow instructions. You can use any color fabric you choose, but a thicker, durable material, such as decorator fabric, works best. Pattern print-outs for the pouf ottoman make measuring and cutting your choice of fabric a breeze, and our simple trick for filling the pouf saves you a ton on fiberfill.Get more news about High Quality Upholstery Pouf,you can vist our website!

With prior sewing skills, this budget-friendly sewing project can be done in a couple of hours. Follow these step-by-step instructions on how to make a pouf ottoman.

Step 1: Prep the DIY Pouf Patterns
Download and print our free patterns (the number of copies of each shape you need is indicated on the pattern). Cut out the paper shapes, then use tape to piece together the larger pattern following the instructions. When assembled, the pattern will look like a rectangle with a triangle on each end. Piece and tape together the endcap pattern.
Step 2: Cut Out Fabric Pieces
Lay the pattern over the fabric and pin into place. Cut around the pattern; repeat until you have eight sets. (If using a double layer of fabric, as pictured here, you will have eight pieces of each type of fabric.) Using the endcap pattern, cut the octagon pieces for the top and bottom of the pouf. For each piece, fold a piece of fabric in half, pin the long edge of the endcap pattern along the fold, and cut out. Repeat to make the second octagon piece.
Step 3: Pin Pouf Side Pieces
Lay two of the side pieces on top of each other, right sides together. Pin the layers together along one side. Repeat to create four layered sets total.
Step 4: Sew Pouf Side Pieces Together
Using a straight stitch and a 1/2-inch seam allowance, sew along pinned side of the layered set. Pause to remove pins as you sew. Repeat with the other pouf side pieces to create four pairs of panels.
Step 5: Steam Inner Pouf Seams
Open up each pair of pouf side panels in the middle. Press the seams of each pair open on the inside so that a strip of fabric lays flat on either side of the seam. Repeat with the remaining sets of side panels.
Step 6: Join the Pouf Side Panels
Lay one pair of pouf side panels on top of another with right sides together and pin. Sew along one edge, unpin, and press the seams open with an iron. Repeat with the other two layered sets. At this point, you will have two pouf halves. Turn one half right side out and the other inside out.
Step 7: Attach Pouf Halves
Lay one half inside the other with right sides together; pin around the outside edges. To help align the seams, match and pin the corners first. Starting at the end of the pouf where the seams meet, make a mark 5 inches from the center on each side, leaving a 10-inch gap.
Step 8: Sew Pouf
From one 5-inch mark, stitch around the outside edge of the pouf, stopping at the 5-inch mark on the other side. This leaves a 10-inch opening for stuffing the pouf. Reinforce the opening by sewing across the seam allowance at a right angle to the seam at the 5-inch marks.
Step 9: Stuff Pouf
Turn the pouf right side out with the opening at the top. Sort your fabric pieces and scraps into heavy and light piles. Start stuffing the pouf with the largest/heaviest pieces of fabric at the bottom center of the pouf. Heavy fabrics, such as old worn towels destined for the donation pile, should be stuffed in as neatly as possible to avoid creating large gaps in the stuffing.
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