No Sew Floor Pillow

I love pillows. I love big soft pillows.

Every month I host a Wine, Cheese and Disney Movie Night but there isn’t a lot of room on the couch or in my princess corner to allow everyone a cozy seat so I decided to make a new space. I really wanted a nice soft large pillow that can be easily stored and moved about. I spent a half hour browsing through Pinterest until I came across this easy tutorial on how to create a floor pillow.

I can’t believe how easy this was. I purchased two five dollar blankets from Walmart (one already had slits) instead of going to a fabric store. It was surprisingly easy to find the material I wanted considering Fall is here and everyone wants nice warm fleece blankets. When looking for the soft velvety top layer, I looked for something that wouldn’t fray. I’m pretty sure the purple material I bought is some kind of polyester. Either way, the two pieces were cheap (i’m sure you can find cheaper).

From there, I followed the instructions from “The Kitchen and The Cave’s” post. I didn’t have a lot of stuffing and i’m on a budget so I actually filled my pillow with a few unused blankets, pillows, and a wee bit of stuffing I had left over. It still feels the same and since it wasn’t sewn, when i finally purchase stuffing, I can take everything out and stuff it again!

I’m very thankful to¬†“The Kitchen and The Cave” for sharing this easy and awesome tutorial!

Great place to read your favourite book!
Great place to read your favourite book!
Tie the slits into knots
Tie the slits into knots
Cut the edges of the fleece
Cut the edges of the fleece
Tie the ends
Tie the ends
Nice and cozy
Nice and cozy
It is big enough to be propped up against the wall and used as a soft chair
It is big enough to be propped up against the wall and used as a soft chair

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