Friday 4 October 2013

Shades of neutral low volume cushion

I am working on a new low volume quilt that I already hinted at when I shared with you my finished 'On my travels I' quilt.

I have cut all the squares I require but before I got onto some frantic sewing I thought to get a quick fix by swiftly sewing up a cushion cover. Because you can never have enough cushion covers, wouldn't you agree ?

 And I do love these fabrics and don't seem to be able to get enough of them.

The back of the cushion uses a Kokka newspaper print fabric that I bought a long time ago at the Eternal Maker and that is not available anymore. I fits so well with the colours or shall I say non-colours of the front.

I quilted the cushion front in a crosshatch pattern only a half inch apart in a cream w40 w Aurifil  thread.

The cushion can be found in my Etsy Shop.


  1. the fabrics work brilliantly together and the cross hatch quilting adds a great depth of texture.

  2. Love that linen print with the little dress xxx


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