I made these roll pillows (my own design) for our living room.
I used an old bedsheet for the inside pillow, 2cm thick foam for filling, and curtain fabric samples for the outside.
As you can see, the free curtain fabric samples are a perfect color match for our living room. (Only one of the walls is a bright red. The others are taupe.)
Their length is 40 cm and their diameter is 14 cm.
If you want to make your own: the rectangular part should measure 40 x 45 cm.
Close the large part first.
Make sure to leave a large opening so you can get the stuffing in.
In my case the stuffing was a roll of foam (2 cm thick, 40 cm wide, 90 cm long).
I left an opening of 30 cm. So I just sewed 5 cm on each side.
Then sew on the side circles.
For sturdiness I sewed all seams twice.
Then turn the right side out and insert the stuffing.
I closed the opening by hand stitching (invisible stitches for the outside cover).
Tip: make sure you use soft foam. My pillows turned out too hard and I had to cut them back open and fill them with a softer material.
I have two inner pillows left, for another room, that I'll probably cover with recycled jeans.
I hope you like them.