How to make a no sew fleece pillow

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Unlike standard American pillows and fakes, Euro pillows are square in shape. The euro attendance usually measures 26 inches on both sides. Use the pillows as decorative pillows on the bed to provide back support when you want to read in bed or on the living room sofa. Sewing the Euro cushion is a simple project, although it can be made difficult by making a patchwork cushion or selecting a contrasting fabric for the outer edge.

Things you will need:

  • Sewing machine
  • Simple brooches
  • To measure
  • Shears
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Matched wire
  • 1 Euro Pillow or pillow, 26 square inches
  • 1.5m of cotton or satin fabric

Cut a 28-inch square of fabric and two 28-inch pieces of fabric.

Fold a long edge over each 28 x 18 inch by 1/2 inch piece of fabric, then 1 inch long and pin it in place. Sew along the inside edge 1/8 inch from the edge.

Place a 28-inch square piece of fabric on the work surface with the right side facing up. Place a 28 x 18 inch piece of fabric on top of it with the right side facing down. Place a second piece of fabric, 28 x 18 inches, on top of the square, right side down, overlapping the edge of the other 28 x 18 inch piece. Pin together on all four sides.

Sew the fabrics on all four sides, 1/2 inch from the edge. Turn the pillow over and iron it.

Stitch high along the four sides of the pillow, 1 1/2 inches from the edge to form a decorative collar. Slide the pillow into the opening formed by overlapping pieces of fabric measuring 28 x 18 inches and toss it on the bed or sofa.

December 13, 2020 by angieash6254

If you’re feeling the urge to get crafty this season, this DIY no-sew fleece pillow is just the thing to satisfy that craving. In fact, making things with your own two hands is pretty satisfying anyway, don’t you think? Truth be told, you don’t have to be even a little bit crafty to enjoy whipping up these pillows.

What’s great about this seamless fleece pillow?

Like my photo frame makeover, this seamless fleece pillow also has a simple design. Come nessun semplice cucito, e i tuoi bambini possono renderlo troppo facile. Since they’re also inexpensive to make, you can whip them up without breaking the bank. And they make great Christmas gifts. No sewing, inexpensive and gift-giving? This repairman checks all the boxes.

I love fleece for its soft softness. The fabric is available in a seemingly endless range of colors and patterns. Diventa creativo con i colori e i temi dei tuoi personaggi preferiti oltre ai temi natalizi. I got my fleece on Joann during the $ 10 “buy two” promotion. They were originally intended for the popular charity blanket sets, but I thought they’d be perfect for this pillow design as well. I also bought a two-pack of pillow inserts while I was there. Shopping in one place is my jam!

How to make a no sew fleece pillow How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Other fabrics would also work for this pillow if you’re not a fleece person. Some textured suede and wool are good alternatives. You just want to avoid stiff fabrics for that particular project or those that can fray easily.

DIY materials without batteries

Only a few things are needed to make this pillow. I recommend sewing scissors like these, but if you don’t have any, sharp regular scissors will be fine. If you don’t have a measuring tape, a ruler will work fine in a pinch.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

  • Pillow insert
  • Fleece fabric
  • Shears
  • To measure lub linijka
  • Sharpie

How to make this fleece pillow without sewing?

• To measure prima i cuscini. Mine is 18 square inches. You want to add 4 inches of extra fabric length and width to this size. My final fabric size is 22 “x 22”.

• If you are using fleece, cut the edges that have a natural curl. Cut two pieces of fabric to size by stacking them on top of each other. This is the best and easiest way to cut two pieces of fabric of the same size.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

• Check the fabric and make sure the right side is up on the top layer, then down. TIP: With most fabrics, you can tell which side is wrong by the sheen and which side has the wrong side.

• Next, cut 2-inch squares from each corner of the fabric, keeping the pieces stacked together. Sharpie is useful in this step. When done, you should have a square shape cut out from each corner.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

• Working from the corners, cut strips 1 inch wide and 2 inches long along all 4 edges around. To facilitate this, place the ruler along the length of the fabric as a guide. Be careful to cut both pieces of fabric.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Choose the style of your pillow

If you’ve never worked with fleece before, I recommend getting a haircut with bangs. If you are good with your fingers, you can use the braided edge option.

Simple tassel style tips

To make this pillow the simplest, tie simple knots around it as follows. I made the Christmas pillow by adding a small ornament in each corner and tying it in place. You can also add a ringtone in each corner. Just make sure you choose ornaments or bells that have an opening large enough at the top to fit a piece of fleece into.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

  • Start at the corner and take the two pieces of fabric you cut to form a strip.
  • Then tie a simple knot with two pieces of fabric.
  • Pick up the next two pieces of fabric and do the same, making sure to select the same fabric order above and below as you work.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

  • After completing the three sides, carefully separate the two layers of fabric and push the cushion insert all the way into the inner edges of the fabric on the open side.
  • Finish by tying the fringes of the last flap. Before tying, make sure you have the top and bottom fabric strips in place.

Tips with braided edge

• Take the first strip to be cut (both layers) and fold it in half. Then cut a quarter-inch slit in the center of each. Do this around the fleece lining. When you open the fabric, the cut will be half an inch long in the center of the strips. That’s as large as you’ll want to make it.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

• Then, starting from the right corner, take 1 set of strips with the right hand and the other with the left. Use your right finger to hold the hole on the right strap set. Then, with your left hand, press the second set of straps into the hole on the right set of straps and pull it tightly.

• Release the first set of straps that was in your right hand and take the new one in your left hand. Check out the video link in this post for a quick demo.

• Continue with 3 sides. You’ll want to make sure you work in the same direction all the way around. After just a few strips, you’ll notice a braided appearance.

• When you get to a corner, there’s no need to do anything differently. Just slide the first strip of the new side through the last strip of the old page.

• For a snug and tidy look, tuck the ends under the pillowcase.

• When you are done with the three pages, carefully insert the cushion and then finish the last side of the fabric.

Watch the video!

Expose the fleece pillow without sewing

How to make a no sew fleece pillow How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Guess what? It’s all done and look how easy that was. Don’t you want to make more? Think about how easy and inexpensive it can be to replace pillows for the season. How cute would that be for a handmade birthday present too? The possibilities are truly endless.

If you decide to do one (or more!) Of these, please let me know. I’d love to see what you come up with!

Adding decorative pillows is a quick and easy way to add new colors and textures to a room. Pillows are a popular DIY project because they are easy to sew. But did you know that you can sew your own pillow inserts? Yes, the shape that gives the pillow its fluffy shape can also be a DIY project! Making your own pillow insert allows you to make pillows of any size and shape, even something unusual or irregular.

In this video we’re going to show you how easy it is to make your own, high quality pillow forms. We made our pillow shapes from a protective fabric of Bonded Spun Pillow Protector Fabric (# 104466) and filled it with polyester fiber (# 104467). Both of these materials are anti-allergic and machine washable.

How to make a pillow insert in 5 simple steps:

  • Cut the cushion backing fabric to size.
  • Sew the sides, leaving a hole for the insertion of the fiber.
  • Flip the lid outward.
  • Stuff with non-woven fabric until the desired look is achieved.
  • Sew the hole.

Material list:

  • Protective fabric for Bonded yarn cushion # 104466
  • V-46, V-69 or monofilament line
  • Polyester fiber # 104467

List of tools:

  • Sewing machine
  • Shears
  • Line
  • Pencil
  • Multifunctional pins # 102985
  • Deluxe Magnetic Sewing Guide # 103597

Do you make a lot of pillows? Have you ever made your own pillow shapes? Share your ideas with us in the comments!

December 13, 2020 by angieash6254

If you’re feeling the urge to get crafty this season, this DIY no-sew fleece pillow is just the thing to satisfy that craving. In fact, making things with your own two hands is pretty satisfying anyway, don’t you think? Truth be told, you don’t have to be even a little bit crafty to enjoy whipping up these pillows.

What’s great about this seamless fleece pillow?

Like my photo frame makeover, this seamless fleece pillow also has a simple design. Come nessun semplice cucito, e i tuoi bambini possono renderlo troppo facile. Since they’re also inexpensive to make, you can whip them up without breaking the bank. And they make great Christmas gifts. No sewing, inexpensive and gift-giving? This repairman checks all the boxes.

I love fleece for its soft softness. The fabric is available in a seemingly endless range of colors and patterns. Diventa creativo con i colori e i temi dei tuoi personaggi preferiti oltre ai temi natalizi. I got my fleece on Joann during the $ 10 “buy two” promotion. They were originally intended for the popular charity blanket sets, but I thought they’d be perfect for this pillow design as well. I also bought a two-pack of pillow inserts while I was there. Shopping in one place is my jam!

How to make a no sew fleece pillow How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Other fabrics would also work for this pillow if you’re not a fleece person. Some textured suede and wool are good alternatives. You just want to avoid stiff fabrics for that particular project or those that can fray easily.

DIY materials without batteries

Only a few things are needed to make this pillow. I recommend sewing scissors like these, but if you don’t have any, sharp regular scissors will be fine. If you don’t have a measuring tape, a ruler will work fine in a pinch.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

  • Pillow insert
  • Fleece fabric
  • Shears
  • To measure lub linijka
  • Sharpie

How to make this fleece pillow without sewing?

• To measure prima i cuscini. Mine is 18 square inches. You want to add 4 inches of extra fabric length and width to this size. My final fabric size is 22 “x 22”.

• If you are using fleece, cut the edges that have a natural curl. Cut two pieces of fabric to size by stacking them on top of each other. This is the best and easiest way to cut two pieces of fabric of the same size.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

• Check the fabric and make sure the right side is up on the top layer, then down. TIP: With most fabrics, you can tell which side is wrong by the sheen and which side has the wrong side.

• Next, cut 2-inch squares from each corner of the fabric, keeping the pieces stacked together. Sharpie is useful in this step. When done, you should have a square shape cut out from each corner.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

• Working from the corners, cut strips 1 inch wide and 2 inches long along all 4 edges around. To facilitate this, place the ruler along the length of the fabric as a guide. Be careful to cut both pieces of fabric.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Choose the style of your pillow

If you’ve never worked with fleece before, I recommend getting a haircut with bangs. If you are good with your fingers, you can use the braided edge option.

Simple tassel style tips

To make this pillow the simplest, tie simple knots around it as follows. I made the Christmas pillow by adding a small ornament in each corner and tying it in place. You can also add a ringtone in each corner. Just make sure you choose ornaments or bells that have an opening large enough at the top to fit a piece of fleece into.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

  • Start at the corner and take the two pieces of fabric you cut to form a strip.
  • Then tie a simple knot with two pieces of fabric.
  • Pick up the next two pieces of fabric and do the same, making sure to select the same fabric order above and below as you work.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

  • After completing the three sides, carefully separate the two layers of fabric and push the cushion insert all the way into the inner edges of the fabric on the open side.
  • Finish by tying the fringes of the last flap. Before tying, make sure you have the top and bottom fabric strips in place.

Tips with braided edge

• Take the first strip to be cut (both layers) and fold it in half. Then cut a quarter-inch slit in the center of each. Do this around the fleece lining. When you open the fabric, the cut will be half an inch long in the center of the strips. That’s as large as you’ll want to make it.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

• Then, starting from the right corner, take 1 set of strips with the right hand and the other with the left. Use your right finger to hold the hole on the right strap set. Then, with your left hand, press the second set of straps into the hole on the right set of straps and pull it tightly.

• Release the first set of straps that was in your right hand and take the new one in your left hand. Check out the video link in this post for a quick demo.

• Continue with 3 sides. You’ll want to make sure you work in the same direction all the way around. After just a few strips, you’ll notice a braided appearance.

• When you get to a corner, there’s no need to do anything differently. Just slide the first strip of the new side through the last strip of the old page.

• For a snug and tidy look, tuck the ends under the pillowcase.

• When you are done with the three pages, carefully insert the cushion and then finish the last side of the fabric.

Watch the video!

Expose the fleece pillow without sewing

How to make a no sew fleece pillow How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Guess what? It’s all done and look how easy that was. Don’t you want to make more? Think about how easy and inexpensive it can be to replace pillows for the season. How cute would that be for a handmade birthday present too? The possibilities are truly endless.

If you decide to do one (or more!) Of these, please let me know. I’d love to see what you come up with!

Sewing your own pillow isn’t always an easy task, so most home decorators learn how to make a fleece pillow without sewing instead.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

What you need to know about fleece

If you’re like most people, you must have quickly assumed that fleece is the actual sheep coat’s that both warm and fluffy. We’d hate to burst your bubble, but fleece is a man-made material that happens to be derived from plastic. Because fleece feels soft every time you touch it, this wonderful super soft and breathable product is mainly used to make outerwear or to stuff pillows.

First of all, polyester fibers are the result of a chemical reaction in which both crude oil and various petroleum derivatives participate. These chemicals are exposed to heat to form a thick syrup.

When the thick syrup hardens, the strands can be formed by rotation. Thanks to the natural structure that these fibers make, the end product is not only warm, but it’s also breathable.

When it comes to its origins, fleece has been around since the 1970s. At that time, Malden Mills was already developing non-woven polyester.

Your guide on how to make a fleece pillow without sewing

Seamless fleece pillows are much easier to make than other types of pillows. As the name suggests, you don’t require sewing for this. All you need is a simple technique to create the cozy, fluffy pillow you want for any area of ​​your space.

The seamless fleece pillow can be molded into a variety of colors, shapes and patterns for a more artistic feel. Check out this step by step guide on how to get a no-sew pillow type, be it the tied type, the woven type, or the shape type.

Step 1: Prepare the necessary materials

You should have the necessary materials at hand. First, get a pillow. This can be purchased at any local craft store. Or you can buy fiberfill and stuff your own pillow. So get some scissors or a rotary cutter, a ruler and some chalk.

Finally, prepare the fleece. If you’re planning to create a simple pillow, choose two different solid colors. Or, if you want to exercise your creativity, buy a solid color for one type of fleece and add a coordinating pattern for the other.

This type of fabric is one of the most chosen because it is known for its durability.

Whichever pillow size you choose, a typical pile size will be around 1 yard (about 0.92 meters) for each type.

Step 2: Cut the fabric

Join the two pieces of fleece together and make sure the right side is facing out (not the other way around). Keep this in mind, especially with patterned fleece, as you won’t have to turn the pillow afterward. You may end up with an empty pattern.

Cut the fabric 4 inches longer and wider than the pillow. Do this at the same time so that these two pieces are almost the same size. If you’ve got a bigger pillow or you want your fringes hanging longer, make it 8 inches longer and wider for both sides.

Step 3: Work on the margins

Draw 2-inch squares on the corners of the fleece to make them even, then start cutting. Be careful as curved squares make your bangs less attractive. If you prefer a longer fringe that surrounds the pillow on all sides, create 4-inch squares instead.

Step 4: Make your pillow without sewing

Join the top and bottom of the fleece together and tie the fringe with a tight double knot. You just have to do this for three sides of the fabric (leave the fourth side free for now).

Insert the pillow on the loose side. If you chose fiberfill in step 1, you can tie the fourth side together with the others, but remember to leave at least 4 unfinished fringes. This is where the filling of your pillow goes. Don’t forget to finish tying all the knots after.

How to make a fleece pillow without sewing – fabric style

The first three steps are the same as for the bound type, except that the material needs to be cut 8 inches more than the expected pillow size. As in step 3, cut squares that are 4 inches in diameter instead of 2 inches. This is where the process differs a bit.

Cut the slots 1.5 inches wide by 4 inches deep on all sides and do it on both materials at the same time for evenness. Check that the bangs are perfectly aligned.

Then, with an opening in the center, cut an inch vertically where the bangs and pillow meet.

Starting at the bottom left corner, thread the top and bottom tassels into the 1-inch slot. Don’t separate the two pieces, and tug gently. Do this for all three sides and leave the last one unopened for the pillow to slide out. Then weave the rest to close the opening.

Application

Despite the abundance of pillow designs, knowing how to make a seamless fleece pillow helps add style and theme to your room. The simplicity of this type of pillow and the guided tutorial make it an ideal task for adults and children.

Sewing your own pillow isn’t always an easy task, so most home decorators learn how to make a fleece pillow without sewing instead.

What you need to know about fleece

If you’re like most people, you must have quickly assumed that fleece is the actual sheep coat’s that both warm and fluffy. We’d hate to burst your bubble, but fleece is a man-made material that happens to be derived from plastic. Because fleece feels soft every time you touch it, this wonderful super soft and breathable product is mainly used to make outerwear or to stuff pillows.

First of all, polyester fibers are the result of a chemical reaction in which both crude oil and various petroleum derivatives participate. These chemicals are exposed to heat to form a thick syrup.

When the thick syrup hardens, the strands can be formed by rotation. Thanks to the natural structure that these fibers make, the end product is not only warm, but it’s also breathable.

When it comes to its origins, fleece has been around since the 1970s. At that time, Malden Mills was already developing non-woven polyester.

Your guide on how to make a fleece pillow without sewing

Seamless fleece pillows are much easier to make than other types of pillows. As the name suggests, you don’t require sewing for this. All you need is a simple technique to create the cozy, fluffy pillow you want for any area of ​​your space.

The seamless fleece pillow can be molded into a variety of colors, shapes and patterns for a more artistic feel. Check out this step by step guide on how to get a no-sew pillow type, be it the tied type, the woven type, or the shape type.

Step 1: Prepare the necessary materials

You should have the necessary materials at hand. First, get a pillow. This can be purchased at any local craft store. Or you can buy fiberfill and stuff your own pillow. So get some scissors or a rotary cutter, a ruler and some chalk.

Finally, prepare the fleece. If you’re planning to create a simple pillow, choose two different solid colors. Or, if you want to exercise your creativity, buy a solid color for one type of fleece and add a coordinating pattern for the other.

This type of fabric is one of the most chosen because it is known for its durability.

Whichever pillow size you choose, a typical pile size will be around 1 yard (about 0.92 meters) for each type.

Step 2: Cut the fabric

Join the two pieces of fleece together and make sure the right side is facing out (not the other way around). Keep this in mind, especially with patterned fleece, as you won’t have to turn the pillow afterward. You may end up with an empty pattern.

Cut the fabric 4 inches longer and wider than the pillow. Do this at the same time so that these two pieces are almost the same size. If you’ve got a bigger pillow or you want your fringes hanging longer, make it 8 inches longer and wider for both sides.

Step 3: Work on the margins

Draw 2-inch squares on the corners of the fleece to make them even, then start cutting. Be careful as curved squares make your bangs less attractive. If you prefer a longer fringe that surrounds the pillow on all sides, create 4-inch squares instead.

Step 4: Make your pillow without sewing

Join the top and bottom of the fleece together and tie the fringe with a tight double knot. You just have to do this for three sides of the fabric (leave the fourth side free for now).

Insert the pillow on the loose side. If you chose fiberfill in step 1, you can tie the fourth side together with the others, but remember to leave at least 4 unfinished fringes. This is where the filling of your pillow goes. Don’t forget to finish tying all the knots after.

How to make a fleece pillow without sewing – fabric style

The first three steps are the same as for the bound type, except that the material needs to be cut 8 inches more than the expected pillow size. As in step 3, cut squares that are 4 inches in diameter instead of 2 inches. This is where the process differs a bit.

Cut the slots 1.5 inches wide by 4 inches deep on all sides and do it on both materials at the same time for evenness. Check that the bangs are perfectly aligned.

Then, with an opening in the center, cut an inch vertically where the bangs and pillow meet.

Starting at the bottom left corner, thread the top and bottom tassels into the 1-inch slot. Don’t separate the two pieces, and tug gently. Do this for all three sides and leave the last one unopened for the pillow to slide out. Then weave the rest to close the opening.

Application

Despite the abundance of pillow designs, knowing how to make a seamless fleece pillow helps add style and theme to your room. The simplicity of this type of pillow and the guided tutorial make it an ideal task for adults and children.

Make a fleece pillow without sewing

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

First you need to choose a fleece fabric with the color or pattern you prefer. I recommend you have 2 sets of fabric up to 1 meter in size.

The fabric then needs to be cut to determine the size of the pillow. I cut mine so the pillow was 16in x 16in, but I cut it to 22in so I had room for the 3in slots.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Now that you’ve resized the fabric, it’s time to cut the slits. I made mine 3 inches long and 1.5 inches wide and used post-it notes for accuracy.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Cut slits on all 4 sides of the fabric.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Cut unwanted corners.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Tie the bottom and top slits together, then tie them twice and stretch. Leave one side open for the filling!

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Pick up some filling at your local craft store. I recommend a larger size.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

Stuff the pillow. Don’t forget the bottom corners! Then finish tying the last set of cuts and lengthen them.

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

It is optional. You can press it into the pillow and distribute it around the filling to make sure it is balanced across the pillow.

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How to make a no sew fleece pillow

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

How to make a no sew fleece pillow

I love pillows and blankets, and having bought a new sofa it gave me the perfect excuse to make softer cushions for the living room. Here is a super easy technique to create a super soft pillow for any place and occasion.

It is not necessary to sew!

Step 1: consumables

Here’s what you need to make a pillow without sewing

Fleece – about 3/4 meters from each fabric. You can make a pillow in one or two colors

Pillow – Sold at local craft stores

Step 2: Arrange the fabric

Start by opening the fabric. I started by stacking two colors of fabric on top of each other.

Then measure the amount of fabric needed by placing a cushion on top of the fabric and cut the fabric accordingly.

I gave the fabric at least 3 inches of space around the pillow and cut out my square from the fleece.

Step 3: Cut the bangs

Once you have the overall size of the fabric, it’s time to cut the fringes on the fabric.

Start by cutting out the corners of the fabric. You won’t need them.

Continue down the side of the fabric, cutting the fringes about 3-5 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. (I started by cutting the larger bangs, but it didn’t look as good as having a smaller bangs)

Cut around the fabric until both pieces of fabric are completely frayed on the side.

Step 4: draw

Now that all the shots have been cut, it’s time to tie the pieces together. Take a fringe from each piece of fabric and tie a secure knot.

Trace the ligature of the bangs along the perimeter.

Continue until the 3 sides of the fringe are completely tied.

Step 5: Add a pillow

Make sure one side of the fringe is loose.

Put the pillow in the cover.

Step 6: Finish the tie

Now that the cushion has been stuffed, the last side of the fringes can be tied.

Make sure you tie the knot firmly on that side.

Step 7: Cut the bangs

After I tied all the bangs together, I was able to quickly cut the bangs. One side still had a rough edge and I was able to trim it after finishing all the binding.

This will also ensure a smoother bangs

Step 8: completed

Once everything has been cut, tied and trimmed, the pillow is ready for use.

I love fleece pillows because they’re super soft and I’m so happy this pillow worked so well.

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