This bright, soft floral cotton caught my eye the other day in a fabric shop. I was planning to make a step-by-step instructional post on how to make this simple cushion cover, but then ended up sewing it inside-out, so my 'instructional' photos will lead you down a very wrong path. This was all due to impatience, but what can I say, when a lady needs a cushion, she needs a cushion.
Tip 1: Choose a distracting, bright pattern that disguises your lumpy cushion inner
Tip 2: Overlockers are not forgiving.
Tip 3: If you sew a seam inside out... just cover it with a sneaky strip of fabric and stitch it right on over the mess-up.
Tip 4: She'll be right, mate.
Just wing it, I say.
Really, it's gorgeous fabric.
The blue room was my room model for the day, but ultimately it will end up somewhere at The Nest (our house) and I'll show you that when I can.
It's Friday here and I plan to stay inside all. day. long. There is a crazy storm outside, as all you Wellingtonians will know! This is one of those days where it is absolutely amazing to have no appointments and lots of jobs to get done inside. What are you up to?