Turn sweaters into cozy pillows

Spruce up your bed with new decorative pillows made from old cozy sweaters. Get tutorial here

Transform a sheet into a custom duvet cover

Make a duvet cover that fits your needs from a flat sheet and several yards of fabric. Get tutorial here

Stitch up an awesome ice dyed pillow

Get a gorgeous watercolor effect on your new no-zip envelope-style throw pillows. Get tutorial here

Sew pretty, ribbon-tied pillow shams

Switch up your bedding with brand new pillow shams that cost only $7 to make. Get tutorial here

Repurpose a cloth shower curtain into a comforter

Find a shower curtain print that matches your color scheme and repurpose it as a comforter. Get tutorial here

Arm knit a throw blanket in an hour

Knit a beautiful chunky throw blanket in any color to match your bedroom decor. Get tutorial here

Make a ruffled duvet cover from flat sheets

Give your bed texture and character with a ruffled duvet cover made from flat sheets. Get tutorial here

Decorate groovy pillowcases

Add a pop of color to your bed with bright tie dyed pillowcases. Get tutorial here

Create a vintage duvet with coffee

Get a stunning vintage-looking duvet by washing it with a pot of strong brewed coffee. Get tutorial here

Paint a minimalist design for a stylish duvet

Make yourself a grid duvet cover that looks amazing and doesn’t break the bank. Get tutorial here

Tie dye your sheets using ice

Add color to your boring white sheets using powdered dye poured on top of ice for a pretty pastel watercolor look. Get tutorial here

Make a body pillow from two jumbo pillows

Cuddle up with a hand sewn and stuffed body pillow. Get tutorial here

Turn placemats into stylish throw pillows

Stuff and sew fabric placemats for beautiful, rectangular decorative pillows. Get tutorial here

Use glue to personalize tie dyed pillowcases

Personalize tie dyed pillowcases using acrylic paint and school glue. Get tutorial here

Knit a throw blanket without using knitting needles

Make a soft chenille throw blanket from loop yarn without using knitting needles. Get tutorial here