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Snowflake Pillow Sewing Pattern

Snowflake Pillow Sewing Pattern

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Introducing our christmas sewing pattern that allows you to effortlessly craft a charming snowflake-shaped pillow, perfect for adding a touch of winter wonderland to your home decor during the holiday season.

This decorative and cozy pillow is an ideal project for creating a unique and thoughtful gift for Christmas or New Year.

You have the flexibility to choose from a variety of materials such as Faux Fur, Cotton, Satin, Linen, Velvet, or Flannel.


  • Available in different paper sizes A3/A4 and US Letter
  • Detailed Sewing Instructions 
  • Sewing Video Tutorial 
  • Instant Download
  • 3 sizes
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the patterns have instructions?

All my sewing patterns have clear instructions with photos step by step and a sewing video tutorial on youtube to help you on each step.
 The only patterns that don't have sewing instructions are the basic blocks. Please check the description on each listing.

Which format are the pdf files?

Almost all my patterns are in A0/A3/A4 and US Letter format. Check the descriptions on the listings for each sewing pattern.

When will the patterns be available to download?

All the sewing patterns are instant download as soon as the payment is processed and confirmed. A download link with the files will be sent to your email immediately and you will be able to download the files as many times as you need.

Are the measurements accurate or do I have to make alterations?

All the measurements are very accurate for standard body sizes. If your measurements are the same like the belonging size, than you don't have to make alterations. But if your body measurements don't match with any size, than you will need to add or remove cm/inches from the pattern in order to achieve a perfect fit. I always advice to find your matching bust size and then make alterations on the waist. I find it more easy this way. I highly recommend to make a mock up first to check the fitting before cutting the main fabric.