I've been contemplating making Amy Butler's Snow Mum Pillow for a while now, so when I found this review of the pattern from Peacock Chic, I figured it was a sign that I try it out myself! And, of course, I wanted to pass along all of the directions to you as well. This winter-white wonderland of a pillow would be a great holiday gift. All you need to do is download the Amy Butler Snow Mum Pillow Pattern and follow the directions.
Before you get started though, you might want to know what potential sewing pitfalls await you. To hear a review of this pattern, read more.
Here's what, Peacock Chic has to say:
"I like the button I added because it breaks up the expanse of white just enough, and it shines when the sun hits it bringing attention to the pillow."
"This pattern is very simple but super elegant when finished."
"I did have to use a few more petals on the second to last ring. The pattern calls for 12 small petals, but I ended up using 14 because it seemed a bit sparse for me. Then I added one more inner ring of four small petals."
"I was so happy to use the 18-inch pillow form I had lying around naked and needing a cover, but when I saw the beautiful flower on that huge pillow that also swallowed up my chair, I opted to downsize to a 16-inch pillow. I think it gives just enough room on the pillow without losing the flower"
Check out Peacock Chic's full review for even more tips!