Either in-person or via the web, it is my pleasure to have met many handicraft hobbyists that generously share their works and creativity. I am glad to have this site that brings us closer to each other. It is you, dear readers that shared your ingenious ideas with me to develop and create more. It is you that modified some of my patterns to let them have a different look and I really appreciate your inputs. And, I am also delighted that some of you even shared your know-how and tutorial of your beautiful craft here in Craft Passion.
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I get to know Brenda via Craft Passion Facebook Fan Page, the moment I saw her posted up her photo of the Linking Hearts ring bearer pillow, I fell in love immediately. I wrote to her to ask if she would like to share the tutorial in Craft Passion; to my wishful thinking, she agreed!!! This is how I get to know Brenda….. not knowing that she is also a friend of my secondary school classmate, what a small world!
Let’s get the tutorial on how to hand sew this divine ring bearer pillow. Be it for your own wedding or your friends or your relative’s wedding, it sure vows the marriage with happiness.
Ring Bearer Pillow
On the very special day of every girl’s life, the wedding day, a lot of time and effort is spent to ensure that their dream wedding can unfold right in front of their eyes. Almost every girl would have their wedding day painted with lots of flowers and a romantic setting, to mark the end of their single-hood and a celebration to a life of couple-hood.
The ring pillow holds the wedding ring that symbolizes the unity and love of the couple. Making your own ring pillow can be simple and unique as the embellishment that you choose can be something dear to you, something old, something blue, or something new. 🙂
The design of this ring pillow holds special meaning with the 2 hearts intertwined with a chained stitch which brings the meaning of hearts chained together with love.
In this hands-on, I used very simple ingredients. The design that I made is called ‘The linking hearts’ for the couple whose hearts are intertwined.
You will need:
• 2 pieces of 15×15 cm felt cloth
• 2 embellishment of your heart desire
• Satin ribbons
• Needle and thread
First, design your ring pillow. Place the items that you choose into positions that you like until you get the perfect vision. Then you draw out the ‘chain’ that is to link from 1 heart to the other.
Next, the stitch that I used is Chain Stitch, which is also to symbolize the chain for the 2 hearts.
I then place the 2 heart embellishment on top of each end of the chain and stitch them onto the felt cloth.
Once the hearts are on, I chose 2 types of ribbons, a printed one, and a satin ribbon to hold the rings. Right on top of the ribbon, I stitched a flower button each to make them prettier. I love buttons in my crafts, so I tried to use them as often as I can.
Once all the items are stitched firmly, join the 2 pieces of felt cloth and use Blanket Stitch to close up the sides. Do not close up the entire 4 sides as you will need to leave a hole for you to stuff Polyfill in. Fill the pillow with Polyfill or cotton, if you like. Finally, close up the ring pillow and Voila!! You will have your very own ring pillow. 🙂
Monday 6th of February 2012
Great work Thank you
Thursday 2nd of February 2012
Je découvre ton blog grasse à jojo merci
Très jolie coussin , que j'adore
Bravo à toi
Translation (by Google): cuckoo
I discovered your blog fat thank you to jojo
Very nice cushion, I love
Congratulations to you
Thursday 30th of December 2010
What a beautiful guest post and a gorgeous pillow. I love the linking hearts design! Thanks for the details Brenda, I'll be linking to this on One Pretty Wedding.
Wednesday 29th of December 2010
What a beautiful pillow! I linked to your tutorial at Craft Gossip Sewing: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-linking-hearts-ring-bearer-pillow/2010/12/29/