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Good morning! I have had so much fun playing with my new Cricut Maker! Eek! It’s an amazing machine. Annnnnd you should definitely put it on your Christmas list! Especially if you love working with fabric. I am not super comfortable with sewing (yet!!!), but I do love working with fabric (especially cute or pretty fabric!!). Today I am excited to share this cute no sew Rag Tree Pillow tutorial with you. 🙂

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Christmas pillow

If you haven’t met the Cricut Maker, you can do that HERE.

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Alright, let’s get to that pillow tutorial. 🙂

For this project you will need:
this design
this design
Designer Fabric Packet
blank 14 in x 14 in pillow cover
14 in x 14 in pillow insert
hot glue gun
cardstock (for tree pattern)

pillow tutorial 1

I’ve told you about the rotary blade before. Let’s look at it again! 😉 Amazing!

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First, you will cut out all your tiny fabric rectangles. The fabric came with 5 different 12 in x 26 in pieces of fabric. I ended up using 4 of the fabric pieces with a little bit left over from each one.

pillow tutorial 2

Look how well the Maker cuts! Remember this is just straight fabric with no backing!

pillow tutorial 3

Next, I cut out my tree template using a piece of cardstock. I traced it onto my pillowcase.

pillow tutorial 4

Then I started hot gluing rows of fabric strips onto my pillow.

pillow tutorial 5

Just keep working your way up the tree. 🙂

pillow tutorial 6

Until you get to the top….that’s it! 🙂

pillow tutorial 7

Then all you have to do is pop in that pillow insert. Annnnnd you have a super cute pillow! 🙂

rag tree pillow

I’m kind of loving this cute little rag tree pillow!

Christmas pillow

What would you create with your Cricut Maker???
****You can enter to win one of your own HERE.****

homemade Christmas pillow

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Let me know what you would create with a Cricut Maker in the comments below!
Also, let me know if you have any questions. I’d love to answer them! 🙂

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