The design for these festive Christmas Tree Pillows is so sweet and simple that you’ll want to make a bunch!
I made the pillows in three different sizes. There’s no pattern but below is a chart with the sizes I used for mine.
These pillows add a decorative soft touch to any holiday decor – farmhouse to modern. Feel free to mix and match a few patterned fabrics like I did here. You could also choose earthy solids to match your decor or create an ombre pine tree forest. Check out the details below!
- A sewing machine
- Matching thread
- Stick pins
- Ribbon for a bow
- Poly-Fil stuffing
- Hot glue gun
How to Make Decorative Christmas Tree Pillows
Cut your trees to the desired size using the measurements below as a guide.
Use a 1/4-inch seam allowance and sew along the outer edge (with the wrong sides out). Leave at least a 3-inch opening at the bottom so you can turn inside out and stuff.
When turning your fabric inside out, use a pencil to poke the fabric at the corners so you get sharp corners on your tree.
Stuff the corners first. Use a pencil to work the stuffing into the corners before adding stuffing to the rest of the pillow.
To finish, turn the edges of the opening inward and sew closed. Add a bow to the top.
Grab a plastic milk jug to make this cute Christmas gnome.
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