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 or you could go all solids and create an ombre pine tree forest.
Get the sizes and easy how-to’s below if you’d like to make a few of these cute trees this holiday.
- A sewing machine
- Matching thread
- Stick pins
- Ribbon for a bow
- Poly-Fil stuffing
- Hot glue gun
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How to Make Decorative Christmas Tree Pillows
Cut your trees to the desired size using the measurements below as a guide.
Grab a plastic milk jug to make this cute Christmas gnome.
Sew at a 1/4-inch seam allowance along the outer edge (with wrong sides out) and leave at least a 3-inch opening 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, again using a pencil again to work the stuffing into the corners before adding stuffing to the rest of the tree.
Then turn the edges of the opening inward and sew closed (I did this by hand) and finish by adding a bow to the top.
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Link to the full tutorial here –> Farmhouse Mini Pillows for Your Tiered Tray