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Woven Wonders Cushion Pattern
$10.00 – $15.00
The Woven Wonders Cushion Pattern is a beautiful project. It will enable you to make a 50cm x 50cm (20″ x 20″) cushion.
Suitable to make in any colours of your choosing (or the same as the colours we have used), the cushion is a perfect addition to any lounge, day bed or bedroom throughout your house.
In the pattern you’ll find step-by-step instructions on how to cut and place the sasher strips to form a beautiful woven background; With the cushion decorations being made from bias strips and template/ fussy cut flowers.
We have included a flower template sheet in the pattern for your use as an alternative to fussy cutting.
** You can purchase either a downloadable PDF or the physical Pattern (please select the relevant option from the dropdown menu below the video). ** Please note – if purchasing the downloadable PDF, the Pattern can be printed as an A5 booklet or on A4 pages. However, the Template Sheet must be printed as an A4 size (this is the size provided with the physical Pattern). If you live outside Australia, please google paper sizes to ensure you print your Pattern and Template Sheets on paper that is an equivalent size to Australia’s (or print to ‘actual size’ if paper is larger).
The Woven Wonders Cushion Pattern Tools Requirements
- 8 x Sasher Tools: 5/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″, 7/8″, 1″, 1 1/8″, 2″ and 2 1/2″
- Bias-Sasher Ruler
- Patchwork Ruler
- Cutting Mat
- 18mm Rotary Cutter
- Bohin Fabric Marking Pen
- MonoPoly Thread
- Cotton Thread
- Roxanne Glue Baste-It
- Fork Pins and Standard Pins
- #80/12 Machine Needles
- Open Toe Foot, 1/4″ Foot, and Darning Foot
- 7 different grey fabrics for the woven background – 30cm (12″)
- 1 Fat 1/4 for the under background (to go under the woven strips)
- 2 Fat 1/4’s – black and white for the decorative sashing strips
- 8 or more 5″ fabric squares for the flowers
- 10cm (4″) peeper/ flange fabric
- 50cm x 60 cm (20″ x 28″) backing fabric for the cushion
Watch our video as Pauline shows you how to make the pattern.