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How To Make A Creeper Pillow

Updated on May 28, 2017

When it comes to buying merchandise from your favorite shows or games it can become pricy. My brother saw this pillow in the store and asked if I could make him one. Once he showed me the picture I knew I could replicate the pillow for a fraction of the cost. So I thought I would share with you the budget friendly DIY Creeper Pillow Tutorial I made!

Supplies

  • 2 Yards of Light Green Fabric (I used Fleece)
  • 1 Yard of Black Fabric
  • Polly Fill
  • Coordinating Thread
  • Sewing Machine


Step 1

Cut and trace the eyes and mouth on a piece of paper to make a pattern. These are easy to draw free hand because they are squares and rectangles. Then cut out your paper and pin it onto the black felt. Then cut out mouth and eyes and set aside. For my actually pillow I traced and cut two 15 inch by 15 inch squares on the green fleece.


All of my pieces
All of my pieces

Step 2

Now you will want to pin the eyes and mouth on the the front of one of the green squares.


Step 3

Then using a zig zag stitch, stitch around the edges of the mouth.

Step 4

I then re-centered my eyes and pined them back on the pillow. Then using a zig zag stitch, stitch around the edges of the eyes.


Step 5

Now you will want to put the right sides of the fabric together, pin it and sew a straight hem around the square. Make sure that you leave an opening at the bottom so that you can stuff your pillow.


Step 6

Now using a zig zag stitch, stitch around the edges of the square. Make sure that you leave an opening at the bottom so that you can stuff your pillow. This will prevent fraying and make a stronger pillow.


Step 7

Turn your pillow right side out and fill it with polly fill.

Step 8

Now you will want to pin the opening shut and sew it together.

Now you have a wonderful pillow that anyone will love. My brother saw the pattern on the floor and claimed this project once it was finished.


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