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Llama Pillow Pattern

This easy llama pillow adds so much whimsy to any room. I wanted to add a llama pillow to my daughter, Olivia’s, bedroom makeover, but I could not find one that was a good fit, so why not DIY one?

It is that time again for our monthly DIY blog challenge tour where I join a group of expert DIY bloggers and we share something we made with fabric. Please hop over to each blog to be inspired for a DIY summer project (see their links at the end of this post). #diyprojectchallange

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Llama Pillow, FREE SVG file, Make a pretty Llama pillow for someone special, learn how...

Llama Pillow

Supplies needed:

Felt elements:

Felt elements ready for pillow, easy DIY Llama pillow

Felt elements ready for pillow

Cutting the pillow

I cut two 20″ by 20″ pieces and a 2″ by 20″ zipper placket (see the zipper below) out of linen fabric for the base of the pillow. Please note: the pillow would be very to difficult to zip close since the faux fur neck continues into the bottom seam, so I opted to make a lapped zipper placket to keep the zipper away from the faux fur.

Zipper view, back view of the llama pillow

Zipper view

Cutting the fabrics for the llama

Using the provided SVG files the face can be cut out of felt with your Cricut Maker or cut by hand.

Llama fur

Llama fur neck and felt face, FREE SVG file

Llama fur neck and felt face

Olivia printed out the neck pattern onto a piece of paper then she cut along the lines. Then she traced on the back side of the fur the neck pattern.  She marked a cross with a water soluble maker on the 20″ by 20″ linen square to help with placement. The fur neck should hang a little off the bottom of the linen pin in place.

Hand stitching

  1. Position the fur neck on the linen square and pin in place then stitch on using a whip stitch.
  2. Next place the felt head on top of the fur and find the look you want and pin then whip stitch in place.
  3. Then do the same for the eyes, ears, inside of mouth, bottom lip, nose base, and nose bottom.
  4. Embellish with flowers, and trims.

Note: when cutting faux fur cut with the wrong side up so it reduces the loss of fur.

Placement for head fur, easy step by step llama pillow pattern

Placement for head fur

Making the flower crown

To make the flower crown I used a pattern I found on the internet you can find it HERE. I used felt and used hot glue to make the flowers. However, I hand-stitched them onto the llama face.

Hand stitched llama, easy SVG file, make a pretty llama, DIY

Hand stitched llama

Sewing the linen pillow pieces

Now the easy part of sewing in a zipper and sewing the four sides of the linen squares with right sides together.

Llama flower crown, DIY llama pillow, FREE SVG file, learn how to make a pretty llama for someone special

Llama flower crown

Cozy llama pillow , handmade DIY, FREE SVG files

Cozy llama pillow

Olivia’s bedroom makeover is not complete, but I could not wait to share this fun pillow with you.

Olivia's pretty bed, easy DIY llama pillow, FREE DIY files

Olivia’s pretty bed

Pretty flower crown, Easy DIY llama pillow

Pretty flower crown

More Bedroom Makeover Inspiration:

My first project on the Romantic Boho Chic Bedroom Makeover was making these groovy tables from a fallen tree in our yard. Read the full story HERE.

Join me and get swept away into a Romantic Boho Chic Bedroom Makeover click HERE to join me on the journey and be inspired to create your own Romantic Bedroom. See our bedroom mood board below:

My Amazon picks:

DIY Fabric Challenge Blog Tour:

I have attached a photo for each stop on the blog hop below, so just click on the photos or links and start the tour.

Lia from Southern Yankee DIY is sharing her Linen Sign

Rachel from Joyful Derivatives is sharing her DIY Drop Cloth Curtains

Gladys from Our Happy Ever Home is sharing her No-Sew Lumbar Pillow Covers

Nickesha from Life’s AHmazing is sharing her DIY Throw Pillows

Erin from The DIY Nuts is sharing her DIY Storage Boxes

Amy from 1905 Farmhouse is sharing her Fabric Ribbons DIY

Kerri from Mama Dares to DIY is sharing her Painted Fabric Chair

Tasha from Rufus & Henrietta is sharing her How to Upholster Cushions

I hope you have been inspired to try some of these fun DIY projects.

Please say hello in the comments below and tell me what inspired you.

Happy DIY’ing,

Kippi

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Allyson

Friday 21st of August 2020

Wow, your pillow is amazing ~ LOVE! You and your daughter are so creative.

Becca // Pretty Piney Quilts

Friday 13th of September 2019

What a perfectly adorable pillow! Fantastic finish. Thanks for linking up to What I Made Monday.

Marilyn Lesniak

Saturday 15th of June 2019

Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared.

Rebecca Dillon

Friday 14th of June 2019

This pillow is just the cutest ever!

Kerryanne

Thursday 13th of June 2019

Who doesn't love a sweet llama? This pillow is just too cute Kippi!! Thank you for sharing at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I'm delighted to be featuring your farmhouse shoe brushes at tomorrow night's party and pinning too. Hugs, Kerryanne

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