Heart of Ribbon Burlap Pillow

Heart of Ribbon Burlap Pillow

Use some burlap and ribbon to create this Valentine's themed pillow!

What you need

burlap, ribbon, fabric flower (optional), sewing machine, large needle, stuffing



Valentine’s Day is a special time to show your loved ones how much you care, and one way to do this is by decorating your home with festive and romantic decorations. This tutorial will show you how to make a Heart of Ribbon Burlap Pillow, a beautiful and unique way to add a touch of love to any room in your home.

The best part is that this craft is easy to make, and you can customize it to suit your own personal style. You can use any color combination you like, add text or patterns, and even add little embellishments to make it even more special.

So, gather your materials, burlap, ribbon, and let’s get started on creating our own Heart of Ribbon Burlap Pillow. Not only is it a fun and easy craft to make, but it also makes a great gift for your loved one or a special way to decorate your home for the holiday. This pillow is perfect for adding a cozy and festive touch to your living space, and it’s a great way to bring a little bit of love and romance into your home.

1. Cut your burlap into 2 squares, 13″x13″ each. You can of course change the size to whatever size pillow you want.



2. Cut a 33″ piece of ribbon (measured for my 13″ pillow).

3. Thread your ribbon into a large embroidery type needle. Use it to stitch a heart onto one of the pieces of burlap, leaving the ribbon ends hanging of the front of the burlap.

I just eyeballed the heart shape as I was stitching it, but you can always use a heart template if you need to.


4. Tie the 2 ends together in either a knot or a bow.


5. Place the 2 pieces of burlap right sides together and pin them. Stitch around the outside edges giving them a 1/2″ seam allowance and leaving a 4″ opening to flip right side out.


6. Flip right side out and stuff. Once you’ve got it stuffed as much as you want (you can make it really fluffy or a bit flatter), use a needle and embroidery thread to stitch the opening closed.


7. I also added a fabric rose to the front, that’s optional but I liked the added embellishment.

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