How to Make a DIY Boho Moroccan Pillow

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Looking for a fun way to update your decor? Try my DIY Moroccan Pillow! Just add some color pom poms and yarn for a fun pop of color to a throw pillow. For more fun DIY projects see my Home Decor page.

DIY Boho Moroccan Pillow Makeover, boho throw pillow

For this project, I joined some of my favorite bloggers for the January De-Stash Challenge! The challenge is to use up some of your craft stash that you already own to create a fun project.

I decided to makeover small black lumbar pillow into a super fun bohemian pillow to add to my collection. I had planned to toss this little pillow out. I don’t know about you, but I have a bad habit of buying those small pillows in the dollar section of Target. They are just so cute. This one has such an interesting shape, so I knew I could change it into something quirky & fun.

So grab some leftover yarn and felt let’s make a pillow!

DIY Boho Moroccan Pillow

Supplies:

Instructions:

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Make ten poms from the yarn using the clover pom maker. See my Pom Pom post for the tutorial on how to make them.

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Cut four triangles out of the pink and orange felt using a rotary cutter and mat. Trim them down to 1/2 wide. Glue them to the pillow with glue gun using fabric glue sticks.

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Using yarn make stitch knots in a diamond shape on top and bottom of triangles. Sew stitches on felt with black string. Stitch your poms to the pillow vertically.  Trim off extra strings and that’s it! This turned out to be a funky addition to my bohemian decor. The pink pops of color mix in perfectly with my other pillows.

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DIY Boho Pink Pom Moroccan Pillow, Makeover a cute lumbar pillow using felt and pom poms! Bohemian, boho decor, Moroccan decor, pink orange #moroccan #DIY #pillow #pompom #diyhomedecor #boho

Check out what my my other blogger friends made for the challenge below!

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Check out more of my Boho Projects~

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Beaded Boho Plant Hanger

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29 Comments

  1. 1.24.17
    Megan said:

    Very bold and creative!! I love the color choices and I’ve secretly been dying to makeover a throw pillow.

  2. 1.24.17
    Emily said:

    Kim, I love how your pillow turned out! The colors, the pom poms… they’re all perfect! Sharing and pinning for Merry Monday :)

  3. 1.24.17

    I love the bright, cheerful colors. They all go together perfectly. What a fun pillow!

  4. 1.22.17
    Carmen said:

    I love the pillow. Love the vibrant colors. Its so cute and beautiful!

    • 1.22.17
      Kim said:

      Thank you Carmen, glad you stopped by!
      Kim

  5. 1.19.17
    Emily said:

    Such fun colors! This #CraftyDestash challenge was awesome

  6. 1.19.17
    Sarah said:

    This is so, so cool! I love all the colours you used!

  7. 1.19.17

    These pillows are the cutest!

    • 1.20.17
      Kim said:

      Thanks so much Mary.
      Kim

  8. 1.18.17

    I like how the pillow adds a pop of color. I never knew you can buy a pompom maker, where have I been? Cute project.

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Thanks Debra,
      Yeah I love that pom maker! It’s super easy & fast. Thanks for stopping by!
      Kim

  9. 1.18.17

    This is such an awesome destash! I’ve been meaning to get one of those pom pom makers and this pillow is an inspiration to get one :-)

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Girl this was almost a project fail, I think sometimes you look at something so long and you think what am I doing. But now that it is done it’s really cute with my decor. Thanks Erlene!
      Kim

  10. 1.17.17
    Sue Purdy said:

    I LOVE this pillow! It’s so vibrant and fun. Wonderful job and very creative.

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Thanks so much Sue!
      Kim

  11. 1.17.17
    Denise said:

    I love the colors and pom poms on the pillow. Great job and thanks for the inspiration.

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Thank you Denise! THE colors are really fun together. They really pop.
      Kim

  12. 1.17.17

    Super cute! Love a good accent pillow. Visiting from Crafty Destash.

  13. 1.17.17

    I just love the beautiful bright colors of this pillow. Such a great project!

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Thank you Michelle! They really do pop in my decor.
      Kim

  14. 1.17.17
    Deborah said:

    WOW!!!!!!!! I love this! So beautiful!

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Thanks Deborah! Glad you liked it.
      Kim

  15. 1.17.17
    Amaia said:

    These turned out so beautiful!

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Thanks Amaia.
      Kim

  16. 1.17.17

    Kim, your pillow is beautiful. My granddaughter is very into Pom poms right now and I know she would love it if I made one for her bed! You make it look so easy.

    • 1.18.17
      Kim said:

      Thank you Shirley! My daughter was eyeballing this one.
      Kim