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Boudoir Cushion

by Sarah Harvey

July
27

From the curtain lining fabric six 26 cm foundation squares and one 27 x 39.5 cm back panel were cut. From the floral print fabrics seventeen 7.5 cm squares were cut.

The foundation squares were folded and pressed to form 12.5 x 12.5 cm squares and secured in the centre with a small cross stitch. Each of the foundation squares were oversewn together to form a base measuring three squares by two squares.

Each of the flowered fabric patches were pinned to each diamond space between the squares. Turn back and then pin down the base squares to conceal the edges of the flower patches and create shallow curves. Slip stitch around each of the folded edges through all layers.

A button was sewn to the centre of each of the foundation squares.

Oversew the back panel with the wrong sides facing, along two long and one short edge, insert the cushion pad, then pin and stitch opening.

This project has been admired 6 times

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This project has been favoured 2 times

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