The lovely Sarah from the studio has made this super stunning Liberty triangles patchwork cushion using the pre-cut triangles from one of our packs. I thought it would be pretty but this looks so beautiful!
It’s is a fairly simple project – all you need to do is to sew the triangles together in strips and then simply sew the strips together, matching up the corners of the triangles as best as you can. Some of the triangles need to be cut in half to make up the corners and then, the patchwork square of triangles is edged and backed with the lovely Mitsi green fabric. Sarah used an envelope backing for the cushion which again, is lovely and simple.
A really pretty cushion that would look great on any sofa, chair or even in a child’s bedroom or to brighten up garden furniture.
Top tip: If you keep to the same seam width when you sew the triangles, the better they will match up when you sew the strips together. Use the guides on your sewing machine to always know where your seam width should be.
Materials used for the Liberty Triangles Patchwork Cushion:
She has used Mitsi green for the main fabric which you can buy here and one of the triangle patchwork packs which you can buy here. Some of the fabrics included within the pack are top favourites – Mitsi hot pink, Irma, Betsy and Tresco. The triangles make up a square which would also fit a 12″ cushion pad without the edging.
The pillow pad used is an 18″ cushion.