TUTORIAL: Felt Flower Pillow

Feb 28th, 2010

Supplies needed:
Sheets of felt (or you can buy it by the yard. I used less than 1/8 of a yard)
Needle and Thread
A Pillow cover. If you need to know instructions how to make a pillow cover, go HERE for instructions.

Step #1: Begin by cutting the felt into circles (mine were about 3 1/2 inches across).
Step #2: Pinch the felt at the back to create your petals.

Step 3: With the needle and thread, tack the felt so that each circle is scrunched for good.
Step 4: Start tacking the felt onto the pillow. Use your creativity. The possibilities are endless. I chose to put some in the top corner of the pillow and the bottom corner. In the top corner of my pillow I used 6 clusters to create the flower and the bottom flower had 4 clusters.

Didn’t the pillow turn out cute!?!?

Cost breakdown: 1/2 a yard of fabric= $2.50 and 1/8 a yard of felt=40 cents.
Grand total: $2.90 for the entire pillow cover!

Comments

  1. Oh! How cute is that! Too easy!

  2. These are great! I just bought tons of fabric to make decorative pillows, and was thrilled to find all your cute ideas! Thank so much!

  3. I featured your cute chair and pillow over at endlesscrafting.blogspot.com

    Love it!

  4. Kris and Trish says:

    This is such a great and cute idea!! I am so glad I found your blog!! I can not wait to dress up some pillows!! Thank you!! :)

  5. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE everything about this! The pillow, the chair, the colors… it all!! :)

  6. i couldnt concentrate on the pillow because i love love this chair

  7. Wow! Great Idea! I'm going to try this on some of my pillows! Although, they won't look nearly as cute without that chair.

  8. Thanks so much for this tutorial…I used it to make a super cute pillow…and I linked back to your blog :)

    http://christinasadventures2010.blogspot.com/2011/01/gray-white-flower-pouf-pillow.html

  9. Love the color combination!

  10. To die for!

  11. To dies for!

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