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Yes, those decorative pillows that go on sofas, beds, floors and anywhere else you fancy. Since I’m a beginner I thought I best start off small and simple.

I recently ordered a bulk load of cushion pads and have been using my basket of fabric collected from the remnants section in C & H, although I’m considering using old clothing/vintage fabrics in future.

The first one was a gift for the lovely Gem from GeeWHIZZoriginals. I collected some fabric scraps and ribbons and stitched them on the front, then added some buttons.

For the next two I just left the material as is.



I’ve gone for the strategy of using ribbons to close the material although I’ll investigate buttons and zips in future.

© Cosycrafter 2011


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