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Faux Chenille Cushion – ONLINE COURSE

£15.00 £12.00

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Description

Our online video course is a step-by-step video tutorial for Faux Chenille Cushion. Check the preview in the next tab to have an idea of what is waiting for you. For Cushion and Wall hanging click here.

The course is divided into 11 lessons nearly two hours of tutorials and explanations – each step of the construction has its own video – Fabric and thread choices, Marking and sewing, Cutting the layers, as well as troubleshooting and constructing the final cushion with a binding. You can watch the lessons in one go or come back to each lesson once you’ve executed those steps. This way you can sew along and easily find the next step. The course contains lots of close up videos, explanations and demonstrations.

The course has no expiry date and you can come back to it anytime with lifetime access. Once purchased, you can find it in by visiting My Account section of the top menu and clicking on My Courses.

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Reviews

I really enjoyed the class and I am pleased with my finished cushion, photo attached.  I found the videos easy enough to navigate, and they are very clear and informative. You have a good straightforward teaching style.
I would recommend anyone to have a go at this, especially if like me you have never done it before. It was a lovely new technique for me to learn.
Best wishes
Gwen

I really enjoyed working on my panel and completed it during the week following the course, including allowing a couple of days for drying, and then working on the beads.  Thank you very much for making the videos which were really useful.
I was on holiday the week before the workshop so just had to use fabrics I had in my stash.  I watched the videos whilst away.  They were instructive and easy to watch.
I think your course would be ideal for another group.  I chose the panel as I had already tried the process as part of a c&g course, so wanted to challenge myself. I thought the cushion cover was ideal for someone new to the process.
I think the top 4 layers of fabric needed to be the most important colour wise.  Good luck with your next group who follow the course
Regards
Margaret

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