How to DIY a Celtic Knot Cushion
- 1.5 metres of knit fabric or any material with a bit of stretch.
- Don’t buy the thin cheap stuff like I did, it was a waste of time and money. The edges curled so much, which made it a nightmare to sew. Then when it came to unfold the casing it broke all the stitches! As you can see from the below tutorial pictures, the white fabric I got from Spotlight for $3.99/m didn’t make the cut. Buy the thicker stuff it is worth it for this project.
- Measuring tape or ruler
- Sewing machine with a zig zag function
- Matching thread
- Stick/rod for the stuffing stage.
Step 1 Measure out 14cm and mark with a pencil or fabric pen. Do this four times along your fabric.
Step 12 Hand stitch up to finish. I used a blanket stitch as I found this the least noticeable.
Have you made something similar? I would love some advice on how to make this easier, unfolding the casing really hurt my fingers – is this early onset arthritis?? Let me know in the contact section below, I love hearing from you.