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Halloween Cushion

Hi Katrina here from the design team. Halloween is almost here now and I just had to make something with one of my favourite images on the Altered Pages collage sheets. I wanted to do something a little different this time.....


  We often forget that as the collage sheets are digital we can print onto anything, so I enlarged the image to as big as it would go on an A4 sheet, I only have an A4 printer but if you have an A3 then you can make it bigger, just remember you will need a seam allowance and printed it out on printable cotton. Cut it out with the added seam allowance on all 4 sides, cut a piece of cotton the same size for the backing. I then added some sequins and beads to the sash around her middle.


I then used my sewing machine to sew up the little cushion but it is small enough to do it by hand if you don't have a sewing machine.You then need to stuff it and sew up the gap left to turn it, by hand. I added the black pompom trim by hand but if you are clever you can do it at the same time as you stitch up the cushion. Then you are done!!

     I hope you like my little Halloween cushion,why not make one yourself. I used the Altered Pages Collage sheet - Wicked Witches but you could use which ever image you like!

                                              Have a safe and happy Halloween

                                                                         Love Katrina

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  1. Katrina, she is fabulous and would look perfect on anyone's sofa for this month (and depending on the mood....anytime)

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