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Sew a Cute Cookie Pillow: Steps for Stuffing and Decorating Fabric Treats (2024)

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how to sew a cookieHarness your creativity and let’s sew a scrumptious cookie pillow!

This delectable project combines the joy of sewing with the charm of a delectable treat.

Grab your fabric, stuffing, thread, and embellishments, and let’s embark on a sweet journey to craft a cozy cookie companion that’ll satisfy your craving for comfort and creativity.

Key Takeaways

  • Choose high-quality, durable fabrics with fun textures and colors.
  • Cut out two pieces of fabric in the desired cookie shape.
  • Sew the front and back pieces together, leaving an opening to stuff firmly.
  • Add decorative embellishments like buttons or fabric scraps for a finishing touch.

Materials Needed

Materials Needed
Now that we have the steps for making our cookie pillow, let’s discuss what we’ll need to gather.

You’ll want:

  • Fabric
  • Stuffing
  • Thread
  • Embellishments like felt or puffy paint

With just these few supplies, you’ll be ready to sew up a batch of sweet pillow treats.

Fabric

When choosing fabric for your cookie pillow:

  • Go for durable fabrics that can withstand repeated washing.
  • Coordinating colors in pleasing color combinations will make your pillow visually appealing.
  • Interesting fabrics with varying textures like felt, corduroy, or fleece will make your pillow extra fun to touch.

Pay attention to fabric quality, color combinations, and texture for best results.

Filling

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Thread

You’ll often need thread for sewing the cookie pillow together.

Choose a strong, colorfast thread in a color that matches or complements your fabric.

Polyester or cotton threads are good options.

Select the appropriate thread weight for your project.

Maintain thread tension and check for fraying or breaks.

Consider decorative threads like embroidery floss to add interest with the overcast stitch or free-motion couching.

Embellishments

Choosing embellishments like buttons, felt shapes, or puffy paint after sewing the cookie together lets you customize each pillow’s look.

Get creative with unique decorations like rickrack, fabric scraps, googly eyes, or even a monogram.

Personalize with your own artistic additions and flair.

Selecting the Fabric

Selecting the Fabric
When selecting fabrics for your cookie pillow, it’s important to choose durable, high-quality materials that will hold up well during use.

Focus on textures like felt or fleece that resist pulling and pilling.

You’ll also want to coordinate colors that look appetizing together, like shades of brown, tan, pink, and white.

Choosing Durable Fabrics

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Cutting Out the Cookie Shape
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Sewing the Cookie Together
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Stuffing the Cookie
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Adding Embellishments

Adding Embellishments
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Sewing on Facial Features

Sewing on Facial Features
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Positioning the Features

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Creating a Pillow Backing

Creating a Pillow Backing
You’ll need to cut an identical backing shape from coordinating fabric once your cookie front is complete.

This will give your pillow a finished look and prevent the stuffing from showing through.

You can use a variety of methods to attach the backing to the front, such as sewing, gluing, or using fabric tape.

If you choose to sew the backing on, be sure to use a whipstitch or other invisible stitch so that the seam isn’t visible.

You can also add a decorative closure, such as a button or ribbon, to the backing.

Once the backing is attached, you can add any finishing touches you desire.

This could include adding decorative accents, such as appliques or embroidery, or simply topstitching around the edges of the pillow.

If you don’t want to sew the backing on, you can use an alternative backing method, such as fabric glue or fabric tape.

These methods are quick and easy, and they’ll still give your pillow a polished look.

Finishing Touches

Finishing Touches
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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What size cookie should I make – will it fit on my bed?

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Is there an alternative stuffing I can use if I want it to be microwaveable?

Unfortunately, there’s no safe stuffing to make a sewn cookie microwaveable.

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Conclusion

This cozy cookie companion brings the comforts of snacking and sewing together, satisfying your sweet tooth and creative spirit.

As you stitch this sugary treat, embrace the playful possibilities of fabric.

With every piece you add – from googly eyes to jaunty hats – let your imagination guide you to new whimsical lands, where friendships are sewn from fabric scraps and dreams are st■ with fluff.

Snuggle up to your newly made confection, and remember that sometimes the tastiest treats are the ones we imagine.

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Mutasim Sweileh

Mutasim is the founder and editor-in-chief of sewingtrip.com, a site dedicated to those passionate about crafting. With years of experience and research under his belt, he sought to create a platform where he could share his knowledge and skills with others who shared his interests.