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Order Flagyl, Try it. Tuesdays - "The Notebook" (Doodle Pillow)


My kids have been really into drawing these days. Cheap Flagyl, So much so that they've set up their own little art gallery:


Their most frequent visitor:


The first thing they said to me after opening their gallery (which, of all 12 rooms of the house, they chose the living/formal/piano room) was: "Don't take them down okay Mommy?, Flagyl from canada. Just leave them there!"

Despite being in a not-so-ideal location, Flagyl wiki, their drawings are pretty darn cute (I am biased, of course) and always make me smile. So I decided to take their art a step further and create throw pillow covers from them, japan, craiglist, ebay, overseas, paypal, hence, Flagyl dose, this week's project:


A simple "envelope" style cover for a 16" pillow. This would make a cute Valentine's Day project for a grandparent, Order Flagyl.

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- blue-ish and red-ish thread for the "notebook paper" look
- white fabric (a 16.5" x 16.5" square, a 16.5" by 11.5" rectangle, Flagyl without prescription, and a 16.5" by 8.5" rectangle)
- embroidery thread and needle in your choice of color(s). After Flagyl, Optional. I did not use these.
- your child's drawing


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  1. With the square (front) piece of fabric, Flagyl results, use a pencil and draw a horizontal line across the width of the pillow, Flagyl australia, uk, us, usa, 3/4" from the bottom edge.

  2. From this bottom line, draw 21 more lines across the width of the pillow so that they are 1/2" apart.

  3. Draw a line perpendicular to all the lines you just drew, 3.75" from the edge (this is your left margin rule), purchase Flagyl.
  4. Order Flagyl, With your blue-ish thread, stitch across all 21 lines. I set my stitch length to 5 (the longest stitch); With your red-ish thread, Order Flagyl online c.o.d, stitch down the left margin line.


Ta da. You've now completed your very own notebook fabric.


There are many ways to "transfer" you child's drawing onto the pillow, Flagyl from canadian pharmacy. You can embroider it on, Purchase Flagyl online no prescription, draw it on, or machine-stitch it on, which is what I did (since I don't own any embroidery needles or thread), kjøpe Flagyl på nett, köpa Flagyl online. This part is up to you, Order Flagyl. But here is how I did mine:


  1. Position the original drawing under your notebook fabric and trace with a pencil.

  2. Set your machine stitching to reinforcement stitching (2 or 3 stitches at a time).

  3. Stitch along the traced image, Flagyl treatment, lifting up the foot and pivoting to get around curves.


With the front completed, all that's left to do is putting together the pieces:


  1. Take the two rectangular pieces of fabric and, for each, serge/zig-zag down one of the long sides (16.25" side). Turn the serged side over 1/4" and stitch down, creating a hem.

  2. With right-sides facing one another, place the larger of the two rectangles on top of your front piece, lining the raw edges together. Pin in place.

  3. Place the smaller of the two rectangles on top of your front piece (and overlapping the other rectangle), lining the raw edges together. Pin in place.

  4. Straight-stitch down the perimeter of the square, 1/4" from the edge and serge/zig-zag all the way around.



  5. Now turn your cover right-side out, stuff your pillow inside and...


    Yay. A cute little pillow featuring the world's best art ;).

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8 Responses to “Order Flagyl”

Lawrence Says:

You should’ve showed their “top” gallery :)

Kimberly Says:

This is a great idea and I think I will have my son try to make it on the sewing machine. He is a little obsessed with sewing and “helping” me all the time and this might be something he could actually do…not that any of the lines would be straight or anything but it would be fun to have!

Melinda Says:

Wow… most frequent visitor… at least they like to draw… I can really keep them entertained when they’re at my house.They can draw and color while I’m still trying to get an extra 5 minutes of sleeping…………. :-)

janet Says:

hahaha i love the picture of stephen checking out their drawings :). i wonder what he’s thinking!

Bailey Irene Says:

I think I might try making a bunch of these and have my students’ poems on them….

Caroline Says:

I love this idea… so cute

Maria Says:

WoW!!! Thanks for inspiration!

emil Says:

magnifico! wow!

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