Jenny Tate of Blaxland, NSW, designed this vintage-inspired cushion just for QC readers and, unlike many cushions, its back is just as lovely as its front!
Jane Monk demonstrates oh so clearly with her two cushions for this issue of QC that simplicity can be stunning. Choose vibrant prints and bold solids, then embellish them with large stitches for loads of impact.
Get the pattern: https://www.cosyproject.com/think-big-modern-cushion
Anorina Morris of Dapto, NSW, says she is drawn to more contemporary design and fabric choices. For this set of cushions she has combined traditional blocks with an up-to-date fabric and colour choice.
Get the pattern: https://www.cosyproject.com/square-cross-cushion
Catharina Sudholz of Wandin North, Vic, designed these bright and cheerful appliqué cushions especially for Quilters Companion readers. They would make a lovely addition to your home or the perfect gift idea for someone special this Christmas.
Get the pattern: https://www.cosyproject.com/love-is-cheap-cushions
Sharon Burgess has designed this cushion to use EPP papers and templates created on the Brother ScanNCut machine.