I am so productive when I don't have to go to my paid job.
After some hand sewing to secure the visoflexed (I called it double-sided interfacing at Spotlight and the girl had no idea what I was on about!) letters, the fronts are done.
These are pretty easy to do. An absolute novice could make them. The main thing to remember is to print your letters out in reverse so they come out the right way on the fabric - most printers have this function. It took me four goes to get the P up the right way on the right side of the fabric! I used a small blanket stitch with four strands of thread on the J. If I did this again, I would make the stitches bigger because I think they look a bit cramped and uneven. On the girls' cushions I used a chain stitch with four threads. I think it looks a bit more girly than the blanket stitch.