Double Sided Emoji Pillow

Introduction: Double Sided Emoji Pillow

This is a sewed double sided emoji pillow made from felt! :D

Step 1: Getting Started

Grab yellow felt (or whatever color you would like) and draw two circle using something to trace, I used a circular bowl. Once you are finished drawing the circles you can cut them out!

Step 2: The Faces

Now grab some felt for the face I used black because most traditional emojis are yellow with a black face. Cut out pieces for your face I cut circles for eyes, a shape that looks like an orange slice for a mouth, a pair of sunglasses, and you can even use buttons for eyes. You can make whatever emoji you want (get creative!). :)

Step 3: Sewing

Now it's time to sew grab some thin string and a needle make sure the string is thin enough to fit through the needle. Put one end through the needle ( it might take a couple tries :) ) then pull it through, grab both ends of the string and make a not at the end. Now poke the needle through the felt and then from the other side do the same thing. Poke the needle a about half a centimeter away each time until the whole thing is sewed. When you finish sewing cut the needle from the string and make a not so it doesn't get undone.

Step 4: Optional

I only had white string so I used a black marker to color over it but you don't have to.

Step 5: Almost Done

Sew both the emojis together but at the top leave an opening for the stuffing to go through. When you put all the stuffing in then you can finish sewing the top.

Step 6: You Are Done!

I hope you enjoy the the double sided emoji pillow!

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    2 Comments

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    PARACORD WOLF
    PARACORD WOLF

    11 months ago

    Very COOL! Love the idea and thank you 👍.

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    pooh27
    pooh27

    Reply 11 months ago

    Thank you, I appreciate it! :)