Skeleton Arm Couch Pillow
Cutting Iron on vinyl with your vinyl cutter (Silhouette or Cricut) resembles using regular vinyl. The only difference is that you have to do everything reversed or backwards because you cut from the back of your iron on vinyl instead of the front like you do with regular vinyl.
The template for the arm can be found here We wanted to avoid using fabric for the arm and having to cut out each individual piece with scissors so Krystal uploaded the template into Ink scape and then converted it into an SVG file. Once it was an SVG file it was uploaded to the SVG template and cut on the Silhouette using the Iron on Vinyl.
The transfer of the Vinyl to the fabric comes across all in one piece so you don’t have to piece it all together. What I like about working backwards with the Iron on vinyl is that the backing acts as your transfer tape, therefore you do not have to purchase any extra transfer tape.
When ironing on the vinyl to the fabric don’t keep it on the fabric too long. Just long enough to seal. Before ironing the vinyl on you will remove the backing and during this process you will be able to feel the adhesive that is on the backing it is there to keep the vinyl attached to the backing until it is ironed on.
The size of the pillow cover is 12″ x 10″ and just sewn with a pocket insertion in the back so the pillow inside can be used for different pillow covers. This project took less than 30 minutes! Such a cute addition to my couch!
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