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Petal Panache Cushion

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Author Schlosser Designs
Price $10.95
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by Mitchell, Lynn
on September 16th, 2013

“good pattern just a little to much work for what I wanted but it is a good pattern”

The Petal Panache Cushion is the ultimate companion for any room in your home. This stackable floor cushion is the ideal size to prop up your tired tootsies, lounge on while watching TV, or use as extra seating. Even prop with a tray and use as a side table! Perfect for everyone in your casa wee-ones, kiddos, adults! This comfy cushion even makes the perfect bed for your spoiled four-legged-friend. Sew up a few of the Petal Panache cushions today; it’s just the punch of panache you need for your decor!

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Material Requirements:
• 1 1/2 yards Main Fabric for Top and Bottom of Cushion
• 1/2 yard Accent Fabric for Cushion Side
• 3 Fat Quarters of Coordinating Fabric for Petal Applique
• 2 yards Quilt Batting for Top, Side, & Bottom (Fusible Fleece will work too.)
• (1) 22” Long Invisible Zipper
• 9” of ribbon or twill tape
• 1/2“ Steam A Seam
• (2) 1 1/8” size Cover Buttons
• 5-6 lbs. premium polyester stuffing

by Mitchell, Lynn
on September 16th, 2013

good pattern just a little to much work for what I wanted but it is a good pattern

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