How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow: DIY Video and Tutorial

In-flight snoozing on those red-eye flights just got easier and much more fashionable. When sleeping upright is your only option, this soft and comfortable DIY neck pillow will help you get the Zzz’s you need. Make one to match your luggage or make one to match your traveling clothes. Whatever colors you choose to make this pillow, it most certainly will ensure sweet dreams during your next trip.

How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow

You can watch the Facebook video here:

Or, you can watch the Youtube video here:

How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow
How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow
How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow
How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow
How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow

Click here for the step by step photo tutorial.

Happy Travels!


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I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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4 Responses to How to Make a Travel Neck Pillow: DIY Video and Tutorial

  1. Thanks! It looks like a lovely pattern.

  2. Anonymous says:

    What other stuffings could you use? rice, … ??

    • Richard S. says:

      i had to laugh a bit when i saw this comment . The only time you would want rice or another material in a neck pillow would be if you planned on using it for heating (or cooling) . i dont think you would want to put your neck on a hard bed of rice while sleeping, or corn or any other material but a nice soft to firm cushion. Poly fill that you take and pull the fill apart to make it nice and fluffy before stuffing would make for a good filling. i say pulled apart because when it comes in the packaging bag, it is compressed so the fibers have a tendency to “weave” themselves into a compact pillow shape. I make stuffed animals so i pull my fiber fill at least 4 or 5 times to put as much air and untwisted fibers into the puffs you use to stuff any fabric. when the fibers are prepared in this way , it has a tendency to act like memory foam and will fluff right back up again after having pressure put on it . I plan on making one of these pillows for my wife who suffers from chronic neck pain in hopes that it will help her sleep in the chair that she sleeps in.

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