No-Sew Beehive Bowl Filler – Free Pattern
These adorable No-Sew Beehive Bowl Fillers are so fun and easy to make! Add a bunch to a bowl, use on a tiered tray or tuck anywhere in your home to add to your bee decor collection!
It’s time for another no-sew pattern! I love making these! There are so many uses for them, not to to add to a bowl. You can add some twine to the back to hang, for a tiered tray or tuck here and there throughout your home.
Check out these no-sew bowl fillers
You can even have fun and use a variety of fabrics. I love the combo of using solid colors, muslin, and even plaid or homespun fabric. Whatever matches your decor.
This is a great way to use up scrap fabric. If you have some fabric laying around that you want to use, whip up some of these cuties.
WATCH HOW I MAKE THEM IN THIS VIDEO
Here’s what you need
- Fabric – the fabric I used is from Hobby Lobby
- Stuffing – you can grab some at the craft store or use stuffing/polyfil from an old pillow
- Pattern – download for free below
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Accents – I used a thin piece of torn homespun and a button
- Jack O Lantern pattern – I use a reusable transfer. I’ll include a link for it below. You could even draw it on with a sharpie or paint pen.
DOWNLOAD FREE PATTERN
Click the NO-SEW BEEHIVE PATTERN LINK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD FREE PATTERN.
Download the pattern above. Print it at ACTUAL SIZE so it’s the size of mine. If you don’t adjust your print settings, your printer may shrink the pattern slightly.
Next cut the pattern out.
Trace the pattern out on the fabric. I place 2 piece of fabric and pin them together and then cut them out both at once. I like to use a Frixon pen for marking my fabric. It disappears with heat. You can also pin the pattern directly on fabric and cut around it.
Next add a ribbon of hot glue around the fabric, leaving an opening on the bottom to add stuffing. You can even add a few drops of essential oil to a cotton ball and add that into the stuffing.
Remove pins, and add stuffing so it’s nice and stuffed, then seal the opening with hot glue.
Finally I hot glue on a piece of torn homespun, a button and a cute stamped tag.
So cute and easy!
If you make these I’d love to see! Snap a picture and tag me on Instagram at motherthyme.
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