What can you do with an old bedspread that has some tears or holes? . . . . .
I was excited to get this vintage white chenille bedspread from a relative but was sad to see that it had some tears and holes. Since it could no longer be used as a bedspread, I decided to cut it up and make pillows. I ripped off the fringe and added it to the pillow. I'm also going to use it to cover a bench pad in our guest room. ~ A great way to repurpose vintage bedspreads or fabrics that may be damaged.
Thanks for checking out this trash to treasure.
[In a future blog, I will have a tutorial on how to make pillows.]
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