This versatile cushion is a house favourite – it needs a non – fraying material such as wool flannel or horsehair, or leather. You can make it in an hour or so at the kitchen table with a pair of scissors and a hole punch. That is all you need – other than the fabric and the pad !
The pdf includes: fabric suggestions; cutting dimensions for the size shown and guidelines for other sizes ; simple and precise instructions; tips and watchpoints.
Fabric: Any. We’ve used a non-fraying wool melton which needs no attention – if you want to use the same in this colour or another, see our store. Another fabric may need to be pre-frayed or pre-hemmed. We used leather strips, but anything narrow and bendy – ribbons, shoe laces, strips of fabric can be used to hold the back and front together.