-Polyfill pillow stuffing
-Pom pom trim
1. Draw a circle template on a piece of paper. I just traced the biggest cooking pot I had in the house. Add 1/2" around the entire circle for seam allowance. Cut out your pattern. 2. Pin the paper pattern to your fabric, and cut out two pieces. 3. With a basting stitch, sew your pom pom trim to the right side of one of your circles, making sure it is 1/2" down from the edge, and pom poms facing inwards. 4. Place the two pieces of fabric right sides together. With a regular stitch length, sew your circles together at 1/2" seam allowance. Make sure to leave a 1" opening. Cut notches around the entire seam allowance, and then cut off the excess. 5. Turn your pillow right sides out, and stuff with your Polyfill. When done, stitch the opening closed. 6. Cut two pom poms out from your trim, one for each side, and sew them to the middle of your pillow with your hand needle. Sew both of them at the same time, pulling your thread tightly. Don't worry about sewing through the filling.
Tip: I used a thin, silky fabric for my pillow, which was probably not the best choice. Because of its texture you can see the stuffing more. I would suggest using a cotton or heavier set fabric. I would also recommend pulling the stuffing apart before putting it in your pillow.