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Pocket Pillows


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Stash small items such as bookmarks or the remote in the pocket of this clever pillow, designed by Tina Johnson. You can display the pocket or turn around to hide the storage pocket. Just follow this easy pillow sewing pattern.

Pocket Pillows



  • 1 yard of fabric (you won't use the whole yard)
  • scissors
  • fabric pins
  • ruler
  • needle and thread or a sewing machine
  • poly fiberfill
  • optional: any extra additions you may want to add to the pocket (gift pillow) 



Download the pdf for instructions and diagrams.


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Could I use this pattern to share with my volunteers? I runa group called Stitch for Cancer and we collect and donate hand made items such as hats, shawls, blankets, scarves and arm pillows to local cancer centers. This pattern would be great for an arm pillow for cancer patients to use!

Greetings rosie101684 8730420 Sorry for the delay on a reply. I just saw your message today. YES please feel free to use my pattern for a good cause as well as personal use. Thank You for asking. I appreciate it. Regards T

Ask your local hospital about that majost. i'm sure they'd love the idea

I made one of these about 8years ago with star and moon fabric. I put a contrasting patch of Sun material to make the pocket so that we could keep the current Harry Potter book easily at hand. My teenager still keeps that pillow handy !

This looks like such fun to make and with my stash of fabric, no problem. Wouldn't they be great for hospitalized children? Wonder if I could find an organization that would use them. majost

If you do find a charitable organization Majost feel free to use my pattern. Regards, T


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