XOXO Anthropologie Inspired Pillows

Posted by on January 6, 2014 in Sewing Tutorials | 78 comments

Ready for more red, white, and pink? More hearts and glitter? More candy? Well, I’m not exactly ready to break out the Valentine’s Day decor yet (I’m enjoying our clutter-free, decorations-free house at the moment), but you could say I’m easing into thinking about Valentine’s Day. :)

Or maybe this project was inspired more by the fact that I couldn’t bear to put my old ragged pillow covers back on once the Christmas covers came off. My naked pillows needed covers, and I ran into just the inspiration … Anthropologie!

Check out these awesome ‘Sentimentalist Pillows‘ from Anthro:

Anthropologie Inspired XOXO Pillows  |  View From The Fridge

Anthro XOXO pillows

I love that they’re neutral. I love that they’re simple. I love that, if you use your imagination just a little, they’re just a touch Valentine-y (without the red, pink, glitter, and hearts).

I DON’T love that they’re $148 each. What?!?! Seriously, for this set above it would cost me nearly $300. Are ya kiddin’ me? That’s almost half a new sofa that we need in that room!

So … the fact that they’re relatively simple, the fact that I have newly discovered fabric that I didn’t know I had (from my recent craft closet organizing project), and the fact that my naked pillows were screaming, ‘dress me’ from the couch, made me decide to DIY some similar pillows. For a fraction of the cost.

I changed the colors a bit because I’m a big fan of grey at the moment, but here’s how they turned out:

Anthropologie Inspired XOXO Pillows  |  View From The Fridge

XOXO {love} XOXO

Trying them out in our office (still undergoing an update):

Anthropologie Inspired XOXO Pillows | View From The Fridge

Four XOXO pillows … for a fraction of the cost of one!

And a close up …

Anthropologie Inspired XOXO Pillows  |  View From The Fridge

And one last shot hanging out with the beginnings of my soon-to be pom-pom DIY pillow (more details on that to come … hopefully):

Anthropologie Inspired XOXO Pillows  |  View From The FridgeI am just loving the gray / robbin’s egg blue / coral color combo right now, so I thought I’d see how these pillows looked together. If the pom-pom pillow turns out, I think it will be great for the rest of winter (and possibly spring??).

Anyway, want to make one (or four)? It’s super easy. These pillow covers have zipper closures on the bottom (and I’ll show you how to do this … it’s easy, I promise), but you could also make the ‘envelope’ back pillows requiring no zippers (see Christmas Pillow post for the how-to).

I made four pillows total. The two ‘X’ pillows are 20″ x 20″ and the two “O” pillows are 18″ x 18″ (because those happen to be the sizes I had on hand). Here’s what I used for all four:

  • 2.5 yards of the grey fabric. I used Grey ‘bottom weight’ fabric from JoAnn. It was on sale for $5.99/yard, and I think it is a lighterweight denim.
  • 1/2 yard of the off-white fabric. This was also a denim, but it was much heavier weight. It, too, was on sale for $5.99 yard.
  • 16-18″ ‘invisible’ zipper in a similar grey color ($3.50 each from JoAnn).

If you do the math … that’s $25 for all four pillows. If I had purchased four ‘Sentimentalist’ pillows from Anthro, it would have been nearly $600!! Yes, the anthro pillows come with the inserts, but you could easily buy these for about $5 a piece with a coupon from JoAnn. Yes, the Anthro pillows are linen, but they’re also ‘hand wash’. I don’t know about you, put the combo of ‘hand wash’ and the light color on the Anthro pillows does not bode well for my two boys (three if you count my hubby), and dog who loves to curl up with our throw pillows. I’d say it’s worth the couple hours to make your own!

Here’s how:

Step 1: Cut your fabric pieces. I usually cut the pieces for the front and back the same size as the insert (thus, 20″sq and 18″sq). With the seams, this will make the resulting cover a bit smaller than the pillow insert which allows the pillow to better ‘fill out’ the cover (preventing it from looking sloppy). For all four pillows, I needed a total of:

  • Four 20″ square pieces
  • Four 18″ square pieces

Step 2: Cut your letters out of the lighter color fabric. I simply drew an ‘X’ on a piece of paper (measuring roughly 16″ tall x 15″ wide with 3.5″ thick ‘lines’). Once I was happy with the letter on paper, I simply traced it onto the backside of the lighter color fabric, and cut out.

Trace letter onto fabric

Trace letter onto fabric

Step 3: Center letter on front pieces of fabric and pin in place.

Pin Letter in place

Pin Letter in place

Step 4: Sew all around letter, leaving about 3/8″ – 1/2″ allowance between seam and edge of letter (you will ‘fray’ the exposed edges the next step to create the worn look of the inspiration pillows).

Sew letter onto fabric

Sew letter onto fabric

Step 5: Fray edges of letter and trim if necessary. I used my seam ripper to assist in fraying the edges. The ‘X’ frayed pretty evenly (less trimming needed). The ‘O’ however, definitively needed trimming after fraying.

Fray edges of letter

Fray edges of letter

Step 5: Sew in zipper. This is the trickiest part of the whole project.

  1. Lay front piece of fabric (the one you just sewed the letter onto) right side UP. Set back piece of fabric on top of the front, right side DOWN. Make sure bottom edge of each fabric pieces are both at the bottom (if your fabric has a pattern that matters). Pin bottom edge.
  2. Double check … the right sides of your fabric squares should be facing each other. The only part visible now should be the wrong sides of either piece. You have pinned the bottom edge of both fabrics together (the place you want the zipper).
  3. Okay, after you’re sure your fabrics are correctly aligned (I’ve messed this up waaay too many times, can you tell??), you’re ready to sew the bottom edge with the zipper.
  4. Set zipper in place along bottom edge. Your zipper should be centered along that edge with about 1″ gap on either side. If your zipper is too big, cut it to the right size, then sew back and forth along end (actually about 1/4″ from the end you just cut) to create a ‘stop’ at the correct length.

    Cut zipper to length

    Cut zipper to length

  5. Mark on either side where your zipper starts and stops (again, this should be about an inch in from each edge) and about 1/2″ from the bottom edge.
  6. Sew your bottom edge. Start on one end. Begin sewing (backstitching at the beginning) and sew to first mark. Backstitch here. Now, without having to move your needle or thread or fabric (keep your needle in the fabric where you just stopped), change to a basting stitch (loosest, widest length stitch your machine will do … a 5 on my last two machines). You will now stitch across where the zipper will be using a basting stitch to hold the fabric temporarily. We will be removing these basting stitches in a bit. Okay, go ahead and baste across bottom edge until you reach your mark on the other end. Backstitch here. Again, you can leave your needle in the fabric and just change back to a regular width stitch for the remaining 1″ – 1.5″ or so. Finish stitching the final inch, backstitching again as you reach the edge.e_stitching2
  7. Iron your seam open.e_ironseam
  8. Set zipper in place, face down, centered on seam. Pin in place.e_zipperinplace
  9. Put on zipper foot, and stitch either size of zipper to bottom edge.e_sewzipper
  10. Get out your stitch ripper, and remove basting stitches (this is the fun part!).e_rip
  11. Test out your zipper. Hooray!e_theresthezipper

Step 6: Okay, now finish sewing the rest of your pillow together.

  1. Open zipper at least 1/3 of the way so you can flip pillow right side out in just a bit.
  2. Again, right sides of front and back should be facing. Pin pillow around remaining three edges.

    Pin remaining three edges

    Pin remaining three edges

  3. Sew around all three sides (using approximately 1/2″ seam allowance).
  4. Trim corners to allow sharper corners when you flip the pillow right-side-out

Step 7: Flip pillow (I lied … this is the fun part)

Step 8: Insert pillow … zip her up … finished!!


Easy, right??? Now repeat three more times. You’ll be a pro by the end!

My naked pillows are now all dressed up! I’m working on the accompanying pom-pom pillow, and I’ll share the details in a couple days or so.

Thanks for stopping by, and have a fabulous week!



  1. Your pillows look just as good as the expensive version! I love that they are not the typical red/pink/white that see see at Valentine’s day too. Nice and neutral to fit into any decor. Great job!

    • Jamie,
      Thank you!! I think I’m liking the darker grey color better than the inspiration pillows, anyway. And seriously, who spends $148 on a throw pillow?!?!?

  2. WHAATTT???!! is right?! $148 for a pillow is crazy! Your version is so adorable! And I’m with you – as much as I was drying to get the Christmas stuff up, I’m now enjoying a few weeks of non-holiday decorations before the red white and pink come out. Your pillows would be great all year long, which is awesome! I would love it if you linked up your xoxo pillows with us at the Link It or Lump It link party this week! Hope to see you at the party! – Melissa http://www.twoityourself.com/2014/01/link-it-or-lump-it-party-20-plus.html

    • Hi Melissa … Crazy right?!?!? Thanks for stopping by, and for the invite. Just linked up! Have a great week!

  3. These are awesome! Someday if I learn how to sew….LOL!!!

  4. Just darling! i love the frayed edges on the ‘x’ and ‘o’s’. It looks really neat. I also love your savings.

    • The savings are the best part!! Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week!

  5. I love your pillows and such a great tutorial! Thanks so much for sharing at Project Inspire{d} ~ pinning and sharing!

    • Thanks, Mary Beth. Love your linky party, as always … thanks for hosting!!

  6. What a great knockoff! I love Anthropologie, but the prices kill me! Pinning :)

    • I know what you mean!! They have good sales, but some of their regular prices are just plain crazy!!! Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week!

  7. These turned out really well, I love the shaggy edges on the letters. Happy early Valentine’s Day.

    • Thanks, Sarah! I guess I should get on some more Valentine’s crafts … it will be here before I know it! Have a great week, and thanks for stopping by!

  8. Oh, I love these. I barely sew…but have tons of fabric., I think it’s because there is a fabric store near me wear all fabric is $1.99/yd, I can’t resist buying at that price,.but these seem simple enough. I should put my stash to good use. :)

    • You should!! It doesn’t take too many sewing skills to do this, I promise. Plus, at that price, if you mess a couple up you won’t be out too much money :).

  9. These are adorable and I was just searching the web for a pattern. YEA!! Thanks so much for this. I can’t wait to make them.

    • Thanks, Tammy. Luckily, X’s and O’s are pretty simple to draw, cut, and sew! Thanks for stopping by!

  10. So cute! Now I just need to work on sewing zippers!

  11. Hi Katie! I LOVE these. You did such a great job and thought I do not love sewing (that is an understatement), this project is just too irresistible for me not to try! Thanks for sharing. Pinning now!

    • Thanks, Tasha! It’s totally worth a try, and I promise it’s not too complicated (lots of straight lines!). Thanks for stopping by and for sharing! I appreciate it. Have a great rest of the week!!

  12. I adore your pillows!! Nicely done! They turned out fabulous! :)

    • Thanks, Brenda! It really was a super easy project! Thanks for stopping by!

  13. Found you via the Wed. Round-Up and happy I did! I’m going to pin this and follow your social media as I love your style. Big fan of Anthropologie. I featured a little Christmas tree project I did with them last month. About the only thing I can sew is a pillow, but may need to amp it up a bit with your easy tutorial.

    Great to meet you!

  14. I love your pillows! They turned out great. I can’t believe how much the original ones cost, perfect DIY. I am new to your blog and I just love it. I am looking forward to your nursery. Have a great day!

  15. Katie! These are so incredibly cute! Love them! Pinning! Thanks for sharing, girl!

    ~Abby =)

    • Hi Abby! Thanks for stopping over and for the comment! Thanks for hosting another link party!! Excited to see what you have in store for this year!

  16. These are fantastic! I’d love for you to share this at my weekly link party. Hope to see you there! http://www.thelifeofjenniferdawn.com/2014/01/a-little-bird-told-me-link-party-73.html

  17. I love these pillows! They are so cute. I’m saving them for when I get a sewing machine to use. So adorable. Thank you for linking up at The Wednesday Round Up! Hope to see you back next week :)

  18. I personally love that your fabric is darker gray, think contrasting fabric for x’s and o’s looks better, cleaner looking. You did great job on tutorial, if I wasn’t so lazy I’d put zipper on pillow covers but I am so I’ll stick to an envelope closure. I love the fuzzy look around edges of x’s and o’s also. great look. Why couldn’t you use those all year, just put x’s away from o’s. Love it when somebody can make an expensive project for so much less. Yeah, who does pay that much for a pillows? Even if I had that much money I wouldn’t, just goes against my ideas of decorating. I’d rather save that money to buy a new sofa or chairs. Wonderful project and tutorial. Pinning this

  19. VERY CUTE! and great tutorial too! You are so professional!

  20. So cute! I love these to pieces Katie and will be creating my own soon! Thanks for sharing your pillows at the party this week! I am featuring this post on my Facebook page and have pinned to the You’re Gonna Love Tuesday board on Pinterest too!

    • Hi Kathe,
      Thank you for posting them on your FB page! I do love these pillows, so easy to make, too!!

  21. I love these pillows! The frayed edges adds such a fun detail to the pillow!

    • Thanks, Katie!

  22. I’m not sure if I’m more horrified at the Anthro price or more impressed by your awesome pillows! Thanks for the detailed tutorial on the zipper part of the pillow for beginners like me. And thanks for linking up to Thursday S.T.Y.L.E.

    • Thanks, Melissa! Who would pay that, right??? Seriously, even if money was not a concern, I would not pay that amount!! You could buy a sewing machine and a class to learn to use it for half that price!! Thanks for the party!! Have a great weekend!

  23. Your pillows look BEAUTIFUL!!!! Love love love them!!!

  24. These are awesome!!! Pinning! Thanks for sharing at the Foodies & Crafties Blog Hop! I can’t wait to see what you link up next week! #foodiescraftiessoiree I would love for you to hop over anytime to Apeekintomyparadise.com and link up with the parties I co-host throughout the week!
    Have a terrific weekend!

    • Hi Cathy! Thanks for stopping over and for the party! Stopping over now to check out your other parties … Have a great weekend!

  25. Seriously beautiful! Wow, I’m always impressed by people’s sewing skills! Visiting from Design, Dining and Diapers linky ;)

    • Thanks, Ursula! Have a great weekend!

  26. This is such a fun project, and they turned out so great! Just wanted you to know that I featured you on DIY Weekend Projects today. http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2014/01/diy-weekend-projects_10.html

    • Thanks, Kayla!!! Just stopped over to check it out. Made my weekend! Hope yours is wonderful!

  27. Great pillows! I love the frayed edges!

  28. LOVE these pillows! Thank you for linking up at The Weekly Creative! I’ve pinned!


  29. Oh my goodness these turned out amazing! I love how the frayed edges look and how simple you made it look! I actually like your version way more than the expensive ones too : )

  30. These are too cute, and I love how they turned out! Pinning, and thanks for sharing at Creativity Unleashed!

  31. Katie,
    These pillows are super cute and I love how you were able to make them on the cheap.


  32. These pillows look fabulous! I wish I could be so creative! :)

    Thanks so much for sharing on Turn It Up Tuesday! We love having you!

  33. Love your pillows. I’m pinning these for sure!

    • Thanks, Bonnie!! Have a wonderful weekend (or what’s left of it)!!

  34. Love your pillows! The gray is super chic and the edges of your X and O are soft and cuddly:) Pinned

  35. Love these! I think yours look just as nice as the Anthro ones! Good work!

    Thanks for linking up to our Weekend Wind-Down party! =)

  36. Your pillows turned out adorable!! Thank you for linking up this week at Sewlicious Home Decor! :)


  37. I love these pillows, Katie! Thanks so much for sharing it at Project Inspire{d} ~ you are my feature pick for this week’s party. I hope to see you again tonight.

  38. Awesome pillows!!! Thanks so much for the great pictures in the tutorial, too!!! I loved this post so much I chose it for my features this week on Give Me the Goods Monday Link Party!
    Thanks for linking up!!! So glad you did and hope you link up again soon!

    • Hi Amy!! Thank you so much! What a great way to start the week! Love your linky party … thanks for being a great host!
      Have a great week,

  39. Oh my! I just love your pillows! I can’t believe Antho wants 148! That is crazy. Anyways, you are my pick to be featured over at Do Tell Tuesday tomorrow! Thanks for linking up!!! Have a great week.

    • Hi Tori!! Thanks so much for the feature! Just checked it out and linked up again this week. Thanks for a fun party!
      Have a great week!

  40. Oh my stinkin’ goodness! I LOVE these! Fabulous job! :)

  41. These pillows are adorable! I am featuring you Thursday on Made in a Day! Thanks so much for linking up with me!

    • Awesome, Kim!! Thank you so much … can’t wait to check it out!

  42. Oh, I love these pillows! Such a great little project!Featuring you tomorrow at Work It Wednesday!Xoxo:-)

    • Awesome!! Can’t wait to check it out. Very exciting. Thank you for the party AND the feature this week! See you tomorrow! :)

  43. I like your pillows betters! I am also a fan of gray. And that’s a cool way to do a zipper. I’ll have to try it one day. I’m scared of zippers. lol Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday!

  44. I seriously dislike sewing, but your pillows are making me want to change my mind. I love these! Thanks for linking them up to the Thursday S.T.Y.L.E. link party! We hope to see you again this week!

    • Hi Katie! They are easy … I promise. Thanks for a fun party … as always. I’ll be linking up again this week …

  45. I love anthro, but geeze, who can afford it? Lol. Your version looks just a lovely if not more than the originals! Thanks for linking up last week to the Lovely Ladies link party, I wanted to let you know I’ve included these with my features this week if you’d like to stop by & grab an I’ve been featured button :) http://www.justalittlecreativity.com/2014/01/six-blogs-one-great-party-lovely-ladies_14.html

  46. Adorable pillows and a great step-by-step tutorial. You’ve been featured on Friday’s Five Features! http://diy-vintage-chic.blogspot.com/2014/01/fridays-five-features-no-24.html

  47. These are adorable but I don’t sew. I wish I did and maybe that should be a 2014 resolution. Can I hire you, Katie?

    • Ha Ha! I learned to sew a couple years back, and I’m so glad I did!

  48. You make adding a zipper look so easy. I need to learn to do that it would make changing out pillows so easy. Thanks for sharing.

  49. What a great set of cushions, Katie! I must say I prefer the grey to the neutral colour and I love the effect of fraying the applique. Pinning…

    • Thanks so much,Pam! Hope you’re having a good weekend!

  50. These are so cute! Facebook is notorious for not notifying page owners when I feature them, so I thought I would stop by myself and let you know :) https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153768732555217&set=a.353593675216.349539.323548680216&type=1&stream_ref=10

    • Thanks, Amanda! I never would have known. :) made my day! Thanks so much for letting me know!

  51. I LOVE your pillows! You’ve inspired me to make some of my own. Thanks for the great tutorial! I super love the colors you chose too. :)
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  52. I am in love with these sweet pillows!!! I think they need to happen in my house soon!!


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