7 Easy DIY Floor Pillow Ideas in 2022

There are so many great uses for heavenly soft GIANT floor pillows! You can take them camping, use them for sleepovers, movie nights, and so much more! However, it’s hard to find a budget-friendly and high-quality one. So, why won’t you make your own? It’s not as hard as you might think to be able to make your floor cushions!  

Make your own floor pillows

7 Ways To Make Your Floor Pillows at Home

Here are 12 ways to make your floor pillows – that even I CAN MAKE, so you KNOW they’re simple! Furthermore, I even searched a lot for a no-sewing alternative for the ones that hate this work. Not to mention that you have three ways of creating floor pillows in less than an hour. That’s amazing!

So, give all the twelve alternatives a read, and then choose your winner. Happy Sewing!

1. Shabby Creek Cottage

Make your oversized floor pouf with this easy sewing tutorial. This is certainly the perfect way to reuse old blankets and pillows! Not to mention every family member will want one!


2. Creative Outpour

You can customize the size to whatever suits you – and they’re simple to make! Just perfect! However, don’t trust me, just look at that girl’s smile!


3. Quilted Floor Cushion

These look harder to make than they are – and they’re just the perfect size! Also, these are some of the best for parties and sleepovers.


4. Darling Cushions

These darling cushions each measure 36″ across and take a heckuva lot of stuffing!


5. Cozy Pillow Bed

Well, this is what I mean when I say “floor pillow”! This quick and easy tutorial teaches how to make a cozy pillow bed – a great beginner sewing project. It is also perfect for reading, lounging, sleepovers & camping!


6. Colorful Jumbo Floor Pillows

Simple tutorial to make 36-inch floor pillows. Also, if you have more spare time and some extra money for stuffing, go wild and follow her example! That cozy corner is insane!


7. Metropolitan Hip

Using $3 IKEA floor mats and her sewing machine, Erika from Retropolitan Hip created the cutest floor poufs! Why won’t we try this cheap and easy method?

Easy-To-Make No Sew Floor Pillows

NO SEW FLOOR PILLOW – the best flooring for a teepee! This method is insanely easy and quick! I will most certainly pick this one for my next project!

This project took me approximately 2 hours (I was learning as I went. I could maybe knock one out in 60-90 minutes now). I paid about $9 for the print fleece, $9 for the solid fleece, and $5 for the polyfil. This project was $23. I think I paid more for the bottle of wine!!

Darci

How To Make Your Floor Pillows in One Hour?

A video tutorial teaches how to make easy boxy floor cushions in less than 5 minutes. Therefore, this is what I mean when I say “fast”! You can even make these beauties before welcoming the guests.


Whip up this oversized floor pillow, and it’s a perfect reading spot!


They can use these simple cushions wherever they want, from the bedroom to the backyard! Not to mention that the little ones are hilarious when they move the pillows around!

What is the Best Material for a Floor Pillow?

You can still buy one if you don’t want to make your own floor pillow. There are many factors to consider when purchasing a floor pillow. You’ll want to find one with a soft, plush filling that will be comfortable for you to sleep on. The fabric that you choose will also have a big impact on how the pillow feels. Choose fabrics that breathe well, like cotton, polyester, or linen, or look for more luxurious fabrics like velvet or faux fur.

You can also choose the size and shape that will work best in your space. Floor pillows are traditionally 36 inches square but can be found in various shapes and sizes. The Shaggy Bag, for example, is a little larger than the Stone Set, but both serve the same purpose: to provide luxurious comfort at ground level. Meditation typically takes place in a sitting or kneeling position, and a floor pillow with a dense filling will support your joints and offer comfort for long sessions.

You can make a floor pillow with old sheets, scraps of fabric, or even a yard of fabric. Just be sure to buy enough fabric to make the pillow large enough. The fabric requirement for this pillow is typically three-quarters of a yard, but you can double this for a larger floor pillow. These pillows are also easy to make and look adorable once they are finished.

What’s Your Favorite DIY Floor Cushions Idea?

I hope you were impressed by these amazing, simple, and fun tutorials to make your floor cushions too! If so, tell us which pillow idea is the winner for you and why. also, if you want to show everyone your floor pillows, I aspect some photos too. Please, don’t forget to be proud of your work, no matter how small your project is. It is truly important to appreciate yourself and to take a break from time to time! And what will be cozier than a giant floor pillow?!

Make Your Own Floor Pillows

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21 thoughts on “7 Easy DIY Floor Pillow Ideas in 2022

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  3. Love, love, love these! The Quilted Circular Pouf // True Up link says the page is not available. Would love the tutorial for this if you know where I could find it.

    Thanks so much!
    Tammi

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