Jack & Jill Travel Pillow – Guest Post by Fat Quarter Shop
The Summer is winding down, but you still may have some travel plans ahead. A successful family road trip, whether it is near or far, requires an abundance of travel pillows to satisfy your wiggly kids! Today we have a quick, easily and painfully cute travel pillow tutorial to show you, and you can make pillows for each one of your kids before your last Summer adventure!
You can easily switch up the prints to give it a masculine look, or keep it soft and sweet for your girly girls. Our demonstration was done in Little Red Riding Hood by Tasha Noel, but we also made versions in Hipster by The RBD Designers and Pirate Matey by Emily Taylor
Watch Riley Blake Designs’ how-to video to see how the pillow is made. Kimberly walks you through each step. You can also download the free pattern from Fat Quarter Shop, if you prefer to use a paper pattern! We hope you make many Jack & Jill Travel Pillows for all of your little ones!
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This awesome video tutorial is part of our Summer Splash series. You can always find our latest printables and tutorials in our Tutorials Gallery! Join us each Friday to show off what you’ve been working on by linking up to our Crafty Girl Linky Party!