Patchwork Floor Cushion

Learn how to make your own tufted patchwork floor cushion in this detailed tutorial by Sew4Home. (Ahhh)! - Sewtorial

When I look at this tufted patchwork floor cushion by Sew4Home, I imagine propping up my feet and relaxing my tired tootsies after a long day. (Ahhh!)  Learn how to make your own in this detailed tutorial.

Supplies

  • Any Sewing Machine (we recommend the Janome Skyline S5)
  • Zipper foot
  • Walking or Even Feed foot (optional, but the thick layers of fabric and batting will be a challenge without it)
  • ½ yard EACH of NINE coordinating 44″+ wide quilting weight cottons for the top, bottom and side patchwork.
  • 1 yard of a 44″+ wide quilting weight fabric for the piping; we used Asparagus from the Designer Solids collection by FreeSpirit
  • 4½ yards of ⅜” piping cord
  • 1 yard of 54″+ high loft polyester batting
  • ONE 5″ deep x 24″ diameter foam circle
  • ½ yard of 1½” cotton webbing for the handle
  • Fabric spray adhesive; we used Therm-O-Web Spray ‘n’ Bond
  • All-purpose thread to match fabric
  • See-through ruler
  • Fabric pen or pencil
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Scissors and/or rotary cutter and mat
  • Seam gauge
  • Seam ripper
  • Straight pins
  • Hand sewing needle
  • ONE 6″+ long straight upholstery needle for tufting
  • ONE  small spool of waxed button/upholstery thread for tufting

Skill Level

Advanced Beginner

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