47+ Easy DIYs to Make a No-Sew Pillow
A soft, comfortable pillow would not just lull you into a deep slumber, but also be your prime weapon when you are in the midst of a tough fight with your sibling. Well, if you do not desire to spend a fortune on buying a ready-made one, then here are some unique DIYs for you to design great pillows without getting into the tedious process of sewing. Check out the instructions to make a now sew pillow in a jiffy.
If your old table runner has double layers, then you too could make great use out of them by designing gorgeous pillows. If you have a white pillow, then you can glue red pom poms onto them when decorating for Christmas.
If you already have a tattered pillow and want to give it a new look, then this easy tutorial would be ideal for you.
These cute pillows with amazing designs would ideally serve as throw pillows for your toddlers’ lovely nursery.
The fringes in the no sew pillow gives the pillow a unique look.
Following the instructions of the floor pillow tutorial, you can make one for your newborn baby just as the one shown in the image below. The size should be a little big to accommodate your child in it comfortably.
If you are sad to let go of your favorite t-shirt, then keep it forever by making a stylish pillow out of it.
During Halloween, you can go for some pumpkin decorations to retain the festive fervor.
You can glue a showy bow at the center for decoration.
The coordinating colors give the pillow a sensational look.
If you just want to change the color of your existing bolster pillow, this is the tutorial you would need to follow.
These sophisticated throw pillows would look marvelous on your plush couch.
You can add your kid’s initials with glitters to personalize their pillows or even write a touchy message for your better half on Valentine’s Day by decorating your pillow.
The square knot gives the pillow a chic look.
You can add grace to its rustic look by designing it with pom poms at the sides.
You can make various such emoticons for your kiddo’s room to express his changing mood.
Well, if you just want to give your old pillow a new look by wrapping a showy fabric around it, then this DIY would certainly come to your aid.
Stuff the pillow well to make it look beautiful and fluffy.
Your doggy would be absolutely elated to sit on his favorite fried egg, wagging its tongue all day long.
You can decorate its trunk with beads or other embellishments for a startling finish.
Your princess would be delighted to have a blanket and pillow for her favorite doll. You can also emboss the name of the doll in the bedding for a personalized touch.
When commemorating the 4th of July, you could make a pillow out of an American flag bandana.
You can design the pillow in the shape of a snowman for an authentic feel.
Toffees on your sofa for Christmas seems spectacular, doesn’t it!
If you want a pillow bed for your little ones, then this rectangular giant-sized no sew pillows would be a perfect pick. Just cut the fabric in a rectangular shape, stuff it well and hot glue the edges.
You can make your donut look more real by embellishing the top of the pillow with sequins or glitters or even cutting small strips of cloth to resemble sprinkles.
Add drops of lavender to this therapeutic pillow for a soothing effect.
Following the same process, you can create a host of savories you wish to munch on like French fries or even your favorite burger.
You can make Cupid’s arrow in the middle using strips of cloth and write the initials of your better half on it.
You can even opt for a white base and design a spider or bat on it to enhance the eeriness.
This is perhaps the easiest and fastest way of personalizing your pillow. You may even cut strips of cloth in the shape of the initial you wish to design, stuff them well and glue or iron for joining.
If making the goggles seems to be a bit tedious for you, try designing two wiggly eyes to come close to the fascinating Despicable Me character.
Taking a cue from the given tutorial, you can make gorgeous monogrammed no sew pillows just as the one in the image.
This scary looking monster pillow hung at the entrance would suffice enough to drive all those away who are on a trick-or-treating spree.
If you kids have an unexplained fancy for the yellow Moose and his blue bird companion Zee, then make a twin pillow for them by following the method shown in the above tutorial, after you have drawn these characters.
Make some cute owl pillows to give out as Christmas gifts.
If you are adept at sketching, then tracing a penguin, panda or anything else on fabric and then gluing would be a mere cake walk for you. To complete the pillow, stuff it well.
The color combination gives the pillow a charming appearance, apt for your summer décor.
Hugging onto an oversized ice cream on a hot day would indeed rob your body of all the heat.
This U-shaped pillow would give you immense comfort when you are on the roads, while the mask would help shielding infections away.
A seat belt pillow would be one of the perfect gifts for a child that will keep him safe when seated in a car. Just cut the fabric into two long pieces, fill it with stuffing, glue it, add pockets, and lo you have a seat belt pillow at hand.
You need to take just five quick minutes of your busy schedule to make this smart sweater pillow. The main charm lies in tying the sweater appropriately.
For a color fiesta, take different shades of napkins and design pillows with them.
With a galore of no sew pillow making designs, choose the
Published on August 9th 2017 by Miranda Gibbs