1/2 yard of solid cotton fabric
Poly-fill for stuffing
Fabric glue(I used Aleene's OK to wash it)
Step 1: Iron your fabric and fold it in such a way you have two layers of fabric and right sides facing each other.
Step 2: Draw your pattern on to pattern paper/newspaper and cut it.(I just did it free hand.)Trace the pattern on to the wrong side of the fabric .Leave 1/2 to 1 inch seam allowance ,if you have not cut the pattern with seam allowance.
Step 5: Fill it with the stuffing and close the gap with the glue .To keep it closed , use binder clip or cloth pin after applying glue.Leave it ,for 24 hours to dry . Tada!!your shape pillow is now ready!!
I used Heat and bond interfacing and solid white cotton fabric to add white windows and wheels.I used black fabric markers to add details.
Some work in progress pictures of the blue car pillow.
Trace your windows & wheels on to the white solid cotton fabric.Don't forget to trace one set of windows by flipping the pattern.
Iron the Heat and bond to the wrong side with the plain white side up(Refer the instruction on the pack).
Cut the windows ,peel the backing and Iron to the pillow.
Use the fabric marker and add the details !!
You can also use white fabric paint to add windows, if you don't want to use heat and bond sheets.
If you make a pillow,what shape will you make ? Feel free to share your comments below or write to email@example.com for any clarifications.
Have fun Crafting !!
Note : I have linked the materials I used and some sewing terminologies if you are new to sewing,for your convenience .I got all the materials at Jo-Ann so I have linked to their website.This post is not sponsored by Jo-Ann :)