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Handmade Pillow Covers Collection

Discover the world of pillow covers with our Handmade Pillow Covers Collection, a curated roundup showcasing the creativity and craftsmanship of various designers. Each piece in this collection tells a unique story, woven from the threads of individual style and innovative design.

These handmade treasures not only elevate your living space but also reflect the dedication and passion of artisans who believe in the power of thoughtful, personal touches. Join us as we explore the diverse and vibrant world of handmade pillow covers, where each design adds a special flair to your home décor.

Check out this adorable pattern by Ameroonie Designs. This is a Mini Quilt pattern that has been made into a Pillow Cover. A fun ray of sunshine for any cloudy day. This mini quilt/pillow PDF pattern will brighten any room. The mini quilt finishes at 20” square. Utilizing- quilt as you go, turned edge applique, raw edge applique and embroidery, this pattern keeps things interesting.
Supplies needed for this pattern include: cotton batting, sewable iron on adhesive, fabric, and embroidery supplies. 

Check out this Simple Patchwork Pillow created by LeAnne Ballard with Everyday Celebrations. LeAnne showcases several versions of this pillow cover on her blog and provides instructions on how to make your own! Sew Pretty!

This amazing pillow cover was made by Deb Trail for her partner. This is constructed with Drunkard’s Path quilt blocks. We don’t know exactly the size of the block, but you can see the overall effect is amazing! We even love how she quilted way lines into the finished design. Click the button below to see more images and be inspired!

Isn’t this Mini House Pillow Pattern adorable? This is a raw edge appliqué design by Minki Kim. She even has a Video Tutorial to show you just how it’s made! Super Cute!

Such a fun and scrappy Pillow Cover! Mary, owner and designer of Fleur de Lis Quilts and Accessories offers this as a source of inspiration. I love how she matches similar colors to make her drunkard’s patch circles for this fun and modern pillow cover. Check out her blog and be inspired!

We arent’ sure if Anorina, with Samelia’s Mum Blog, pieced these curves or if they are appliqué, but the final result is fantastic! Be sure to see the rest of her images of this wonderful rainbow pillow cover. She did a fantastic job with big stitching and hand quilting!

I think you will love this tutorial by Sachiko, with Tea Rose Home. She used her scraps to make this adorable. Scrappy Strip/String Pillow Cover. Sachiko was very resourceful and used what she had to make this pillow cover in an afternoon (even using tissue wrapping paper as a template). Check out her tutorial!

Wanda and Paula, with Alanda Craft, bring you a fantastic tutorial (complete with step by step instructions and a video) on making these adorable Pillow Covers. They used Jelly Roll Strips! Perfect!

Andy, with A Bright Corner, brings you this fantastic raw edge appliqué Winter Star Pillow Tutorial. Check out her step-by-step directions and try this for yourself!

Amy Ball made this Patchwork Plaid Quilted Pillow Cover for the PolkaDot Chair Blog. She created a very comprehensive tutorial. Amy even gives tips on color placement. Very good tutorial. Check it out and try this for yourself!

Here is a Patchwork Pillow tutorial with a hidden zipper by Jenni Wingenroth with Nollie Bean. You can use the Avalon Quilt Pattern Block to make your pillow or any block that measures 18.5 inches. Be sure to learn all about how to make a hidden zipper closure by checking out the tutorial!

Learn all about this Partial Seam Pillow – a tutorial by Kristyne Czepuryk with Pretty By Hand. Kristyne uses an easy to follow tutorial and a zipped closure for this fun patchwork pillow. Be sure to see her step by step tutorial and try this one as well! Super cute!

Autumn Love Pillows are stunning and a tutorial by Kimberly with the Fat Quarter Shop. Kimberly walks you through how to make these Flying Geese with her step-by-step tutorial. And did you see that she added a cute ric-rac to the trim of the pillow binding? So fun!

Here is a lovely Chevron Cushion made by Lou Orth for the Sewing Directory blog. Lou gives us a wonderful step-by-step tutorial of how to achieve this look when making your own pillow cover. Give it a try!

This modern take on traditional Lily blocks makes the Sweet Lily Cushion, which is available as a pattern by Down Grapevine Lane. I love the quilting and the black/white binding to add that finished touch!

Follow along as Nadra, from Ellis & Higgs, provides a very detailed tutorial for this Simple Quilted Pillow Cover. This tutorial is hosted on the Diary of a Quilter website. I love the split quarter square triangles in this design. The directions are easy to follow! Be sure to check it out!

Amber, with SunRae Designs, has a lovely Envelope Pillow Cover tutorial for us. She is also featuring her Shamrock of Love Quilt Block as the front of her pillow cover. Head over to Amber’s website and learn more!

A quilted jack o’lantern pillow cover just might be what you are looking for! Check out the U-Pick Pumpkin Mini – A fun pattern by Kate Starcher with Katie Mae Quilts. Checkout her pattern and add this to your Halloween making list this year!

Learn more with a tutorial on how to make an easy peasy BoHo pillow using Chenille-It. Designer Elisabeth DeMoo with Brown Bird Designs shows you how simple this pillow cover comes together. This is a must see project!

Quilting fans typically search for projects that mix innovation, simplicity, and usefulness. The June Tailor Quilt-As-You-Go (QAYG) Pillow Casing set exemplifies this, featuring a sew-by-number pattern on the batting that streamlines the crafting process. This makes it a fantastic project for both novice and experienced quilters. In this article, we’ll walk you through creating your QAYG pillow casings, giving your home decor a unique flair.

The Bar Quilts are a series of four modern, pared-down quilt patterns that are based on traditional quilt blocks. Each of the patterns has instructions for a pillow sized version, among others. Monika Henry, with Penny Spool Quilt, made this series of pillows for her living room using the same fabrics, but a different pattern for each of them.

Kate Colleran with Kate Colleran Designs made a pillow pattern called HeadRest. This project features a lovely braid accent but also some big blocks that are also perfect for adding a little embroidery! Be sure to see how she did it!

This tutorial shows how you can use old jeans and a fat quarter of quilting cotton to make a fun heart cushion cover. Follow along as Leanne Parsons, with Devoted Quilter, shows us how fun and easy this is to make!

We’ve reached the end of our Handmade Pillow Covers Collection roundup. These pieces showcase the skill and creativity of their makers, offering a unique touch to your home. Choose your favorites and bring a piece of this craftsmanship into your space.

Be sure to tell us in the comments which Pillow Cover is your favorite!


  1. Pamela Meyers Arbour says:

    They were all nice and inspirational. Can’t pick just one!

  2. How pretty these all are! Put me down for the swap please!

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