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"Cushion Quartet" Janet Clare Kit Instructions & Fabric


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Create four beautifully coordinated cushions each measuring 15” square with this kit from Janet Clare. A great skill builder, with this clever pattern you simply take one Honey Bun roll (40 x 1 ½” width of fabric strips) to piece the patchwork fronts of the cushions!

The kit includes fabrics from Janet’s recent limited edition range ‘Botanicals’:

· One Honey Bun roll (40 x 1 ½” width of fabric strips)

· 1 yd graphite colour leaf print for cushion envelope backs

· Full colour sewing pattern

Kit includes a detailed sewing pattern with step by step instructions and photographs to guide you through cutting your fabric, piecing the cushion fronts and adding the envelope backs.

With detailed layout diagrams and lots of close-up photographs to show Janet’s fabric arrangements you can confidently re-create Janet’s design, Bonus idea for creating a small lap quilt also included!

Create your own variations and styles using scrap fabrics!

Finished cushions measure 15” x 15”. Cushion pads are not included

The Story

Almost every quilter, patch worker and crafter I know loves pre-cut packs of fabric. But I expect like me whilst these cute bundles look lovely stacked in your sewing room, it is great to have specific projects for them too.

This cushion quartet sewing pattern and kit was designed with that in mind! My cushion fronts are constructed from one Honey Bun fabric roll (40 x 1 ½” width of fabric strips) which is included in the kit along with backing fabric and a detailed sewing pattern. All you need is a needle and thread and a little time and patience!

Once complete, simply stuff with cushion pads, place on your favourite chair and stand back and admire!