If you love plants as much as I do you know that there are no such things as having too many. I’m sure you have some room left for more greens…what about your couch, or your bed? How much would you like to add a succulent pillow there?
This plant pillow is super easy to take care of and doesn’t require any care, perfect if you like plants but have a black thumb. It’s a nice way to add a touch of nature to your house. It fits anywhere, you can put it on the couch, use it in a teen’s bedroom, make several for a playroom, etc… The succulent shaped pillow will also make a perfect gift for a garden lover.
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How to make a succulent pillow?
Sew a DIY succulent pillow following this easy pattern and the detailed step by step tutorial. It’s quite simple to make and you will enjoy a fun and unique cushion. You can grab it in my shop, as soon as you complete your purchase you can download the pattern & the tutorial, and start sewing. Watch the tutorial sample video below.
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Succulent pillow sewing pattern
The downloadable files include:
- The pillow pattern. It comes on 5 sheets and can be print on US letter-sized paper.
- A PDF tutorial that counts 10 pages. You can download it on your computer or print it. The tutorial detail every step with pictures and clear explanations. This fun pillow is doable by everyone, even sewing beginners.
- A video tutorial, which shows you in detail how to sew the cushion.
If you want to read one of my sewing tutorials, you can have a look at this post as an example: How to sew a round pillow
Materials you will need to make your DIY succulent pillow:
- Green cotton fabric 1 x 1 1/2 yard (1m x1,5 m)
- Matching thread
- One fabric covered button (1 in – 2cm)
- Green embroidery thread or yarn
- A sewing machine
- A needle
- The succulent pillow pattern
I recommend you to use light-weight fabric. The cushion is made with several layers of fabric, so if you choose a thick fabric it may be more complicated to sew all layers together. The pattern has some small and rounded pieces that look better when made with a thin fabric, like this cotton.
Are you ready to make this cuddly succulent pillow? If you like greens you will definitely love this unique cushion.
If you have any questions about this pattern feel free to leave a comment or send me an e-mail at amaryllis(at)ohohdeco(dot)com.
I love to see what you make with my pattern, so don’t hesitate to share your creation and send me a message.
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