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Make this lovely rectangular cushion cover, trimmed with a deep frill of contrasting fabric and three big buttons. It's a very easy project and suitable for those with just a little experience on the sewing machine. I have used a crisp Irish linen for mine, some new chunky buttons and a pretty printed vintage cotton for the frill. Velcro squares, under the buttons, fasten the cover, but you could make buttonholes if you can. Materials required Cut a piece of main fabric 34cm x 100cm (height x length),
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Start with a small mitered corner application to gain confidence in making excellent mitered corners every time! To start gather notions and fabric scraps to practice : My square measures 8 1/2 inches, and the 4 strips are 1 1/2 x 12 inches. Take special note here: when making mitered corners your strip length needs to be much longer than your square, the wider your strip, the more length you need.
Few of my blog readers asked me to do a tutorial on my projects that I made so far, so I decided to give it a try today... A fabric tray tutorial :) I'll do my best to be clear and precise, but if any of the instructions are not clear enough, just let me know.