Spiderweb Cushion

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Welcome guests and ghouls to your home at Halloween with this spooky cushion by Riel Nason! It’s a great way to use up leftover selvedges with an easy appliqué design. Find out how to make this fantastic upcycled homeware in issue 47 of Reloved magazine, available to buy online and to download directly to your chosen smart device.

‘Choose selvedges from Halloween fabrics and your wordy web may be filled with scary seasonal statements’ says Riel.

You will need:

• Background fabric, 50cm (½yd)
• Marking pen
• Ruler with 45°-angle marking or a protractor
• Selvedges or ribbon, about 3.7m (4yds)
• Glue stick
• Thread
• Basic sewing supplies
• Sewing machine
• Iron
• Lining, 45 × 45cm (18 × 18in)
• Wadding, 45 × 45cm (18 × 18in)
• Cushion pad, 40 × 40cm (16 × 16in)

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