Smoochy Lip Throw Pillow

Join Emily Steffen on Tuesday, January 31st at 2:00 p.m. CT for a free LIVE tutorial. Pucker up! Emily shows you how to make the smoochy lip pillow! The key to full, smoochy lips is to make sure they are nice and plump. Fluff up and then throw these pillows on your couch, bed or chair to get ready for your Galentine’s or Valentine’s Day! This pattern is super easy and versatile! Click here to download the free instructions.

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Series Schedule:

Monday, January 30th at 2:00 p.m. CT – Knitted Cupcake

Tuesday, January 31st at 2:00 p.m. CT – Smoochy Lip Throw Pillow

Wednesday, February 1st at 11:00 a.m. CT – Heart of Gold Crochet Earrings

Thursday, February 2nd at 2:00 p.m. CT – 3 Interactive Valentine Cookies

Friday, February 3rd at 2:00 p.m. CT – Sweet Cherry Hand Pies

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17 Responses to “Smoochy Lip Throw Pillow”

  1. Veronique McTighe

    Hi, 1/2 yard did not work for me for the large pattern. I had to make the small one which came out very cute. Did I miss something on the large pattern? What did you mean by fat yard? I got 1/2 yard by 42″.

    • Emily Steffen

      Hi Veronique! A fat 1/2 yard is basically a yard of fabric cut in 1/2 the opposite way that you’d usually do for a 1/2 yard (from un-salvaged edge to un-salvaged edge) which makes it “fat”. So for instance a normal yard of fabric measures 36″ x width of fabric. It is hard to get 2 smoochy lips in a 1/2 yard that is only 18″ wide (1/2 of 36″) is really hard but you CAN get a large pair of lips out of a piece of fabric that is cut in 1/2 the WIDTH of your fabric. It makes the piece of fabric more “fat” or square when you’re done and you can get larger pieces out of the same square inches of what a 1/2 yard of fabric would be! Does that make sense? 🙂

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      • Customer Service

        Hi Barbara. At the bottom of the first paragraph you can click on where it says download here. Then you can choose the free project and enter you email to download.

  2. Leslie

    Hello, I have tried for two days now to get the download of the pillow but it keeps telling me it is no longer valid. Can you send me the instructions and pattern or can I get it another way? Clicking on the links don’t work. Ty so much

  3. Carla Zolman

    I tried to add to the discussion but every time I tried I was kicked off the presentation.

    I do know how to get rid of the fuzz from fuzzy fabric. Simply cut out your pattern and carefully carry the material to your dryer. Throw it all in the dryer and run it on low for 5 minutes. The lint collector will pull off all the fuzz and then remember to clean your lint collectors when you are done.

  4. Shanitra Thompson

    I’m new to learning how to sew and would love to try this as my first project!