We had the pleasure of visiting Utah to film a tutorial with the lovely ladies over at Riley Blake Designs! We spent the day in their fabulous studio, sewing up a little travel pillow. Meet the Jack & Jill Travel Pillow!
This little pillow is perfect for travel. Small, compact and cute to boot! You can easily switch up the prints to give it a masculine look, or keep it soft and sweet for your girly girls. Our demonstration was done in Little Red Riding Hood by Tasha Noel, but we also made versions in Hipster by The RBD Designers and Pirate Matey by Emily Taylor.
Watch Riley Blake Designs’ how-to video to see how the pillow is made. Kimberly walks you through each step. You can also download the free pattern from Fat Quarter Shop, if you prefer to use a paper pattern! We hope you make many Jack & Jill Travel Pillows for all of your little ones!
In the beginning of your video on travel pillow cast you said the body of fabric 16 X 28 1/2 and the cuff 8 X 26 1/6, Which of these is correct. I can't wait to make one.
Thank Yoy for another great video. I downloaded the pattern great gift for the Grandchildern 🙂
8"x28 1/2" is the correct measurement. If you check the PDF download it has the correct dimensions for this very cute/practical project!! Thanks so much!
Very cute, thanks for the pattern!
Sew cute–those fabrics are adorable!
Thank you for the great pattern.
Love the smart iron too.