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Make your own Tickle Me Elmo Pillow
You can make a Tickle Me Elmo pillow using only three items: a pillow and a bowl (available here). This is a pretty simple task – just three pieces of fabric, a roll of batting, and a few supplies you will need to find in your craft supply closet.
The following tutorial will teach you how to make a Tickle Me Elmo pillow using just three items. Follow the instructions (right mouse button) carefully and with great accuracy because you don’t want to roll the pillow. If you’re unsure of how to do this, you can check out my guide on Tickle Me Elmo pillow construction and see how I made my pillow.
Materials: 6 squares of 8½” square fabric, cut into 4″ x 8″ x 1/4″ squares; 1/4″ crochet hook; yarn of choice; 1 1/4″ batting (for the head); 3 -ply, non-stretchy polyester (like a taffeta or fleece), cut into 3″ x 1/8″ squares; scissors; 1.25″ square mirror (if you need one for making a pinhole shield so the pillow won’t slip off when placed upon a table); 1″ round needle; 1.25″ square decorative thread; 1/4″ buttons; 1.5″ square black plastic (if you want to add a pinhole hole)
Step One: Place the fabric in a zigzag pattern. Fold the fabric in half widthways and stitch across on all four corners. Be sure to have all of the stitching going around the edges of the fabric so it doesn’t unravel or become unruly. You can also do this with the batting, but I prefer the more compact method.
Step Two: Fold the
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