Use These Fabric Patterns to Sew Your Own Apple iPillow

Use These Fabric Patterns to Sew Your Own Apple iPillow

Taryn Williford
Apr 12, 2013

Need something to cuddle at night after you tuck your iPhone into its dock for bed? Or do you have a kid who's already addicted to tech, and thinks your shiny, bright iPod is their new favorite toy? If you have some basic sewing skills, you can make them their own plush Apple iGear with this cute fabric pattern and instructions.

Textile designer Nancy Kers has designed a few different patterns to help you DIY a stuffed iPillow version 2.0 of your favorite Apple gear. One set features a plush version of the original Macintosh, complete with boxy mouse and floppy disk. Another set lets you make two new friends—an iPod and iPhone, finished off with white Apple earbuds.

You can buy the fabric, pre-printed with the pattern, from Nancy's profile on Spoonflower. A Fat Quarter (21"x18") of Basic Cotton is enough to make one set of either plushie package, and can be had for just $10.50.

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