Kimberbell Shop Exclusive Tooth Fairy Pillow

Cost: $25.00

A visit from the Tooth Fairy is one of childhood’s sweetest traditions!  Any child would love to anticipate her midnight arrive with an adorable hanging tooth pocket pillow.  With White Applique Glitter topped by a sparkly crown, this “Tooth Fairy” pillow is stitched in a raw-edged applique technique against a quilted background.  The sentiment, “Dear Tooth Fairy, let’s trade…” is embroidered above the tiny pocket, perfectly sized for baby teeth.  Hang this from your favorite little one’s doorknob or bedpost and watch the toothless grin begin!  Kimberbell has revised their rules and is letting everyone come and “pick up” their design in the store and complete this adorable pillow at home.  To pick up your design all you have to do is bring in your Kimberbell USB (or any USB), pay the lower class fee and we’ll load your design and directions. The fabric requirements are listed below in case you’d like to shop for them while you’re in the shop.  Don’t forget the fun sparkly Kimberbell vinyl when you’re shopping!

Hoop Size(s) – This project uses a 6 x 10 or larger (240 x 150) for the one hooping design or 4 x 4 (120 x 120) for the two hooping design. 


Fabric Requirements:



Fabric 1: Tooth Background 1 Fat Quarter

Fabric 2: Sentiment Background 1 Fat Quarter

Fabric 3: Binding & Back 2/3 Yard

Fabric 4: Pocket Scrap (3” x 5”)

Fabric 5: Pillow back 1 Fat Quarter



  • Applique Glitter Sheet 1 White – tooth
  • Applique Glitter Sheet 1 Silver – crown
  • Pillow Form 9 ½” x 5 ½”

12” large rick rack for handle or use leftover

    fabric and make your own. I didn’t have any

    of the cute rick rack. 


  • Batting (1) 11” x 7”


Additional supplies and embroidery threads that will help with this project are:

Applique scissors

Small snip scissors


Threads to match or coordinate with fabric for:

Tooth – white

Crown – silver

Words – black

Pocket – match your fabric


  • Tip – Cut your pillow backing bigger than called for. It is quite a tight fit when doing the final stitching.

I will definitely cut mine bigger next time.  - Lisa           


*If you have any questions please e-mail Lisa at  She will reply to your e-mail or give you a call whichever works best.