Kick Back With These Quilted Floor Pillows

Get ready to become obsessed with English paper piecing (and this pillow!). Use paper templates and some simple hand-stitching to piece together the top (choose from two different layouts), then bust out your machine, quilt the top and turn it into a pillow. Before you know it, you'll be lounging in style.

Quilted Floor Pillows

Level: Advanced beginner
Finished Size: 24" across
Pattern By Mister Domestic


Option 1

  • ⅔ yard rectangle of quilting cotton (for border)
  • 3 fat eighths (9" x 21" cuts) quilting cotton

Option 2

  • 3 fat quarters (18" x 21" cuts) quilting cotton

Both Options

  • 1 yard fabric for base, bottom & handle of pillow
  • ¾ yard muslin for pillow top lining

Other Supplies

  • PDF pattern + instructions (pattern available to Bluprint members; start your free trial today! )
  • Size 8 milliners needle (Bohin brand preferred)
  • Card stock, 67 lb, in 8 ½" x 11 sheets (to print paper templates)
  • Polyester thread such as Wonderfil DecoBob or Superior The Bottom Line Thread
  • 24" x 21" piece of fusible foam
  • 1 yard high-loft fusible fleece
  • 36 ounces of polyester fiber fill for stuffing pillow
  • 45 mm rotary cutter and blade
  • 24½" x 6½" quilting ruler with a 60-degree angle line
  • Self-healing cutting mat
  • Paper scissors
  • Fabric scissors
  • Sewing pins or clips
  • Washable glue stick or pen
  • 80/12 machine-sewing needle
  • 50-weight cotton sewing thread
  • Hera marker or erasable pen
  • Iron and ironing board
Shop Quilting Fabric + Notions
Lily & Loom Forever Mod Precut Fabric From Bluprint
Lily & Loom Forever Mod Fabric by the Yard From Bluprint
Quilting Notions + Supplies From Bluprint


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