One if the cushions I made to help raise money for the Race for Life. Cancer Research.
More Race for Life cushions.
Patchwork cushion to go on my granddaughter’s bed
Cushion I made for a Dr Who enthusiast in Australia
When I saw this material I Just had to buy it to make my brother a cushion. Camper vans are his passion.
The final two of the set made for Liz.
Three of a set of six I made for my daughter Liz. Two square cushions are imitation smocking, the others have tucks down one side of e covers.
Made to match the blue cushions but made in a different fabric which was easier for my granddaughter to work with. Excellent result for her first attempt.
I’ve made several cushions to match the quilts I’ve made. It’s a good way to practice my quilting skills on a smaller scale
I was teaching one of my granddaughter how to appliqué flowers onto cushions. Together we made a beautiful set for my sofa.
No I didn’t make the dog, I’m not that clever. But I did make Ben a new bed which he loves to chill out on.
I gave this to my neighbour. It was an attempt at a new technique, very simple but effective. Word is it’s greatly admired by her many visitors.
I made this for my grandson Chris to match the curtains I made for his bedroom, very comfy to snuggle up on to read a book.
Charlie loved her birthday present, a quilted tiger cushion. My quilting on the sewing machine is improving so much, it’s no longer as scary as it used to be.