This pillow, actually there were 2, took me the entire day to make.
Let me say right now that I cannot really draw, but I figured since an anchor is mostly straight lines, I should be able to do it successfully. I did tell my client that if I thought it looked dorky, she would be getting solid black pillows. So, first I had to draw an anchor big enough to fit on a 26" pillow. Next step was to cut it out of the paper and trace it on fusible interfacing. Then I had to iron the interfacing to the white Sunbrella; then cut those out; then do a satin stitch around the whole thing. After all that, I then zigzagged the anchor to the fabric, and sewed the welting on, put the zipper in and finished the pillows. Literally, the entire day to do this, and I only made $50 per pillow. Still, I was quite happy with how they turned out, as was my client. Next time, if there is a next time, I will charge accordingly.