If someone ask me that question I would say yes in a heartbeat! Over the pass view years, my love of pizza has gone through the roof. Most people would probably say my love of pizza has only grown because I'm in college but before my ''college years'' I have always loved pizza.
Its this love of pizza and a few no sew projects I've seen, that have inspired me to create a no sew pizza slice pillow (try to say that three times fast). Now as Ina Garten would say (from the Barefoot Contessa) ''How bad can that be''?
Let's Get Crafty!
Felt (for your topping)
Stuffing (not pictured)
Step 1: Cut out two triangles using your brown fabric. For this whole project I just eyed balled everything but if you wanted to you could measure your pieces.
Step 3: Using your felt, cut out your desired toppings. I went with pepperonis and banana peppers.
Step 4: Take one of your brown triangles and your fabric glue and start gluing the top of the pizza together. Your ''layers'' should be brown fabric, red fabric, yellow fabric and toppings.
Make sure you give your glue enough time to dry during each layer and don't be afraid to get extra glue on those edges. Once your whole piece is dry, you're ready for the next step.
Step 5: Put the rights sides of your brown triangle and your now decorated triangle together. Then apply glue all the way around the edges but leave a small opening at the top. This open space will allow us to turn our pizza slice right side out and stuff it.
Step 6: When your fabric is completely dry, turn it right side out and begin stuffing. Make sure you use some kind of tool like a pencil, to push the stuffing into those corners (usually when you buy stuffing you'll get a wooden stick to do this). When you're happy with the stuffing, fold the edges down and glue the opening shut.
When your fabric is completely dry then you're done!
I bet now your craving pizza or maybe a pizza pillow! What do you like on your pizza? I like cheese and banana peppers myself.