Directions For Making A Bed Wedge Pillow

Dec 29th

Bed wedge pillow – A bed wedge is an angled pillow that slopes neck and head upwards to reduce complications of sleep apnea and other sleep problems. A wedge can range from 8 to 12 inches high at its highest part and the angle of the wedge may vary depending on what you like. With different types of foam and range from soft to hard, wedges can also be made. This type of pillow is not hard to do.

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How to make the best wedge pillow? So, visit a foam store (or upholstery shop) and have someone cut a piece of foam in a wedge shape for you. Pillow width can range from 36, 30 or 24 inches. Choose the width that matches your bed pillows. Next, set the height of your foam block based on the amount of slope you want. Ask the seller to cut foam on the diagonal so that the thick part will be the top edge of the pad and the thin part at the bottom. A foam block will make two pillow wedges. It is better to have your diagonal cut with the store’s specialty wire or cutters for perfect shaping.

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Round edges of cushion and corners using an electric cutter knife. This will soften the corners. Don’t forget to purchase a sheet with a high thread count. Wash the sheet. Fold the sheet and place the sheet on the work table and place the wedge on the top of the fabric. Cutting around the pillow adds a 1/2-inch seam allowance on all sides. Position The wedge on the triangular end and cutter around the figure adds a 1/2-inch seam allowance. Place the wedge on the flat back surface and cut around the figure adding a 1/2-inch seam allowance. Then, pin top, bottom and two triangular wedges with seam allowance, face sides on the inside. Sew the seams.

Fold two rectangular pieces in half along the long edges. Attach a zipper to the back of folded pieces so that the folds touch and center of the zipper. Sew the zipper to the fabric. Place the cushion cover with the right side against the cushion and pin the zipper end to the seams of the other text instances. The zipper should face the pad. Leave the zipper open a few inches while pinning. Last, slide the zipper opens with your fingers and remove the cover from the pad. Sew the seams. Turn cover right side and put it on the memory foam wedge pillow.