I saw this pillow in their catalog and loved it, but when I got online to look at it, it was already sold out, so here's how I made my own using things I had in my sewing room.
First off, If you haven't made a pillow before, you should definitely check out my Hidden Zipper Pillow Tutorial to get started. Once you've got a pillow front ready (I used a 14 inch square pillow form) here's what to do:
Cut 5 of each out of beige felt:
7 inch petals
5 inch petals
3 inch petals
I didn't use any kind of pattern. I cut them all randomly and mixed it up each time with the shape.
Next, sew down the center of each petal with a straight stitch on your sewing machine in a matching thread color. (you could also sew a running stitch by hand with embroidery floss, but I didn't have any laying around.)
Now take the 5 largest petals and lay them out on your pillow front overlapping them in the center. Using a large gauge needle (I used size 18) sew an "X" through all the layers in the center. Repeat with the medium sized petals and the small petals until your flower is complete and attached to your pillow front (the small petals will be the most difficult to sew through so be sure you use a big needle).
Finish sewing your pillow cover together before you attach the beads/jingle bells to the center of your flower. Using a fabric glue makes it easy and is washable, but if you're a perfectionist then you'll be happier if you tack each one on by hand.
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