Cowhide Pillows – Create the front half of the pillowcase by cutting a piece of cowhide to measure the dimensions of a pillow shape. Then cut another piece of the same size for the back half of the pillowcase. For example, a 12-inch 10-inch pillow will have two 12-inches by 10-inch pieces of cowhide. Add an inch to the length and width of the pillow covers if the shape of the pillow you are using is stiff. Then align the front and rear halves of the pillow so that the sides touching the hair.
Thread a sewing needle with black, brown or white thread. The color of the thread should be imperceptible, so choose thread that matches the color of the cowhide. Next thing three sides of the cover pad together, ensuring that the sides are aligned. You stick pins in the corners of the cowhide pillowcase will help keep each half from slipping while sewing.
Flip the cowhide pillows cover inside out to expose the texture of cowhide. Insert the pillow form. Last, seal the last part of the pillow cover open or carefully using a slipstitch Overstitch. Adjust the pad in a place where there is little sunlight, as sunlight can dull the color of the leather over time.