anthropolgie pillow diy.

the other day i was shopping at anthropolgie & i came across these little beauties- i am pretty sure they were intended for fabric napkins.

i knew that i could make something great out of them & i thought ahh i will make a pillow they are the perfect size. so i bought two & for only $3 a piece-i love sales*.

this pattern is so beautiful & i thought would go perfectly in my living room. i have bought several pillows from anthropologie, but they usually have a very steep price tag. so this was the perfect thing. beautiful & inexpensive.

so here is a little tutorial on how i was able to make these. & please know that i am not an expert when it comes to sewing. my mom taught me to sew when i was 12 & i have made pillows, a skirt, & a couple random things here & there. so i am not technically the best, but i have fun making things :)

1. flip both fabrics on their backs & pin together

2. sew three & a half sides

3. flip fabric inside out so that the fabric is showing.

4. stuff pillow form or pillow stuffing into fabric where you left an opening.

5. sew the rest of the pillow up by hand or with the machine.

& viola! a beautiful pillow that only cost $6. seriously? that is amazing.

i am so happy with the way this turned out & it really was so easy.

let me know if you try anything similar- i would love to see it :)

thanks, sarah


3 thoughts on “anthropolgie pillow diy.

  1. I am so proud of my creative,frugal little girl!!

    Can’t wait to visit and see all the beautiful changes you and Justin have done to create your HOME-a place of rest!

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