3D Roses in the Garden Cushion
There are two techniques involved in construction of this effective cushion – gentle curve piecing – as you are only sewing thin strips, there is very little pressure for precision and therefor it’s great introduction to curve piecing. And the other technique is bit of weaving – that’s how the flowers are constructed. It looks lovely in very natural colours but would look as good in more abstract colours (gray and black background with yellow flowers etc.) So if this pattern speaks to you I hope you’ll have a great time making it.
Pattern contains full instructions with colored photographs, list of materials needed and my email address in case you need any help along the way 🙂
Size: 30 x60 cm (12” x 24”) cushion
- 4 fabrics for the flowers – long quarter of each
- Background fabric- green – 40 cm
- Stem and leaves – darker green – long quarter
- Backing – 35cm of the width or Fat Quarter
- Bondaweb 6” square
- Medium weight iron on interfacing 12” x 24”
- Threads matching the colours of the flowers and leaves
- Cushion filler
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