Natasha Makes

INSTRUCTIONS: Making Cushions or a Quilt using a Square Panel: PRINTED VERSION

SKU: NM_70_40015965P


"Sometimes you will find a square cushion panel and whilst it will look fabulous simply quilted and a cushion back adding, you may wish to make it bigger or use it in the centre of a quilt.

I have made a triangle unit, that gives the illusion that there is a second square lying underneath the panel. It is a quick way to make the cushion bigger or can be adjusted slightly to make a lovely lap quilt."

Designed by Jane Alcock for Natasha Makes

  • High quality step-by-step instructions in full colour, printed and posted out to you
  • Approx finished cushion size is 22" x 22"
  • Approx finished quilt size is 32" x 32"

    To make this project, you will need (available to purchase separately):

    • One square cushion panel
    • Four co-ordinating fabrics: a minimum of a long quarter of each for the cushion, or 0.5m of each for the quilt
    • Wadding: minimum 24” x 24” piece for the cushion, or minimum 40” x 40’ square for the quilt
    • Backing: 1/2m of co-ordinating fabric for the cushion, or minimum
    • 1m standard width for the quilt
    • Fabric Marker
    • Thread
    • Basic sewing equipment
    • Instructions Only - Fabric Kit not included (sold separately)

    As seen on Natasha Makes on Wednesday 29th May 2024

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