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Sew a tweed doggie cushion: free sewing pattern

Tweed cushion

To make:
Cut two 43cm x 28cm rectangles and one 43cm square from tweed. Enlarge dog to 20cm high and trace on Bondaweb. Iron on reverse of contrast tweed, cut out and repeat for collar. Iron collar to dog and dog to cushion front and zigzag round. Press and stitch a 1.5cm hem across one long edge of each back. Pin and stitch backs to front, right sides together, hems overlapping, taking 1.5cm seam allowances. Turn right side out and press. Insert a 40cm cushion pad.

















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