Our super cute, super huggable ladybug! Rather than traditional round spots on her wings, she sports ten pretty appliquéd white hearts. And, there’s a hidden heart on her chest, proving she’s filled with love through and through.

Our zombie pair is friendly and helpful as they hold your pins. You can tell by their tattered pink hearts they aren’t out to do any harm! Create their unique personalities with just a few bits of floss, felt, and button accents.

We miniaturized the classic pouf style ottoman as a clever pincushion. Use Layer Cake squares for a wonderful mixture of perfectly coordinating color and pattern or pull out some fave small scraps to mix + match. A great gift idea!

Real starfish belong in tide pools. Our starfish pillow belongs on your sofa… or bed or chair or bench. The quick and easy project has a full pattern. Use it to add a splash of nautical fun to freshen-up your Spring décor.

Our owl pals are a generous size (18″ tall x 16″ wide) for easy squeezing or laying your head for a nap. We especially love their big, bright eyes; they’re staying wide awake so you can doze safe and sound. There’s a full pattern set.

The construction of a body pillow is similar to a standard pillow case – just a lot bigger. We show you an easy way to use a tuck to create the look of a flap between the top and bottom sections. Great as a beginner project.

Eggy’s the cutest chick in the nest! Nubby chenille combines with smooth, retro-inspired cotton for a sweet and soft vintage look. He’s irresistibly squeezable for Easter or any time you need an “egg-ceptionally” sweet stuffable.

You can make your own portable booster seats in cute, wipe-clean oilcloth or laminated cotton with a sturdy yet lightweight foam core. We show two different sizes: 3” and 5” – both with removable covers for extra easy clean-up.

Use these energy savers year ‘round. In the summer, they help keep cool air inside – heat, humidity, and smoke outside. When old man winter comes knocking at the door again, they’ll help keep heat in and drafts out.

The classic round bolster is a great way to add a new and interesting shape to your pile o’ decorator pillows. Cording accents and gathered ends are elegant touches that add true designer style yet are so very easy to accomplish.

Looking for a Halloween pillow pal? How about a full size body pillow – maybe one that glows in the dark?! We used an envelope style closure for the bottom of the pillow that hides the end of the pillow inside a hemmed pocket.

Cute toss pillows in interesting shapes are a great way to interject a bit of playful zest into children's décor (although, we will allow you to make this for grown-up types as well). Our ukulele pillow tutorial certainly qualifies as an interesting shape, and we include a free downloadable pattern for it.  Can’t you just

We’ve all seen foam pool noodles. We invited them inside with our exclusive Land Noodles™. Thin, soft, and flexible, they’re made with rolled batting wrapped in cozy luxury fleece. For sleeping, lounging, and epic pillow fights.

Oilcloth is water resistant with a wipe-clean surface, making it ideal for patio living. “It will be too sticky for pillows,” you shout! These pillows are meant to be used as bright pops of color to decorate not for sleeping.

Around the Pacific Northwest, Spring through and early Fall are prime time for celebrating in the great outdoors. Seating for these kind of gatherings is often just the grassy slopes of a park. You gotta have something to sit on! A blanket is often too big and rather bulky to pack in. Instead, try this

Our wonderfully sneaky stuffed crocodile is an homage to the creepy croc in Peter Pan who was forever stalking Captain Hook. Soft fleece makes him extra huggable and two widths of rick rack form his teeth and spine.

Whip up these sweet treats for the sewers and crafters on your gift list. Our stacked trio of petite pincushions is designed to look like a delicious three tier cake – complete with mini-pom edge icing and a cherry pom on top.

A bolster is a long, narrow pillow, often used to support the back or neck. Our black & white version finishes at over 30″ with a flange at each end. It makes a dramatic statement across a bed or against the back of a couch.

If you’re driving, your passengers are allowed to doze off. This adjustable pillow lets them do that in comfort. No more banging their heads against the window or risking a neck cramp. Great for road trips!

Our super soft body pillow offers 4½ feet of huggability. It’s a must-have for crashing on the family room floor, relaxing (I mean studying), and it can provide sleep support for pregnant moms or full body support for napping dads.

Great fabric, an interesting shape, and a few special bits of embellishment. We combined all three to create a fabulous 50" soft bolster pillow. Bolsters are usually round, but the Home Décor Rule Book allows you to vary both shape and size. Of course, there's not really a rule book, but if there was, you

For cats or smaller dogs, this pet bed is reversible. One side is a cool cotton, the other side is cozy fleece. There’s an easy-to-insert zipper along one side so you can remove the cover and toss it in the wash.

I've always thought Frosty the Snowman was one of the saddest holiday songs ever, because he melts away in the end. It could bring me to tears as a child. So, we came up with a way to keep Frosty safe year 'round. We used a beautiful long napped, Mongolian style faux fur in snow white

Create a beautiful chair cushion with accent piping and nice square corners but without any stress! There’s no side gusset; we use easy box corners instead. And the piping is attached as individual strips, so no tricky corners.

We were pondering a pillow one day, as we are often known to do, when a thought struck us. "This poor little pillow's so plain," we mused. "It needs a new look, a fresh take, a ... new wardrobe!" Thus was born a Sew4Home exclusive: the Pillow Jacket. It’s like an outfit for your pillow.
In Ancient Egypt, pillows were a sign of wealth and prestige and were often used to carry ornamental items, such as precious jewels. The amount of money a family had determined the number of jewel-covered pillows on display. Similarly, the Romans used pillows to present precious items to a bride and groom during the wedding

It’s the classic special touch: adding a little something on top. Pie is great. Pie with whipped cream is awesome. This pretty pillow overlays patchwork with a touch of embroidery. It’s a simple way to make a stunning statement.

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