Floor it! This generous 24" diameter floor cushion is a comfy 4" thick - perfect for sitting or as a little foot rest. Make several to use around a low table for casual dining. Place one on the patio for meditation at sunrise. Toss a few in the TV room for extra seating. The wedges that create the cushion's circles are fussy cut to take advantage of the strong vertical motif of our chosen fabric. By carefully cutting the twelve wedges that make up the top and bottom of the pillow， we turned that vertical motif into a unique horizontal pattern with radiating hexagons. A free wedge pattern download is offered below.personalized gifts for dad
We used a fine utility canvas for our cushion from the Parson Gray World Tour collection by David Butler for FreeSpirit Fabrics. The piping and covered button fabric is also from World Tour， but in the standard quilting weight. World Tour is an older collection that is no long readily availableaccent pillow case baby decorative， but we found the following two combos in lightweight canvas that would be excellent alternatives. Click on any swatch for more detail.？The the swatch on the left would be for the top， and the swatch on the right would be for the side. With their repetitive patterns， the left swatches when cut into wedges and assembled will achieve a similar radial look to our sample.
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We suggest a dense 4" upholstery foam for this project， and recommend you get the circle professionally cut. This insures a true circle and "sitting-quality" foam. You can cut a circle from a block of foam， but don't try to do it freehand； use the assembled top or bottom of the cushion to cut a paper pattern. The nice man who cut our foam said a bread knife with tight serrations is the best tool to use at home， although an electric carving knife also works well.？
As mentioned above， this pillow finishes at 24" in diameter x 4" deep， excluding the piping.
Yardage shown includes extra for special fussy cutting and to allow the piping fabric to be cut on the bias.
Project Design： Alicia Thommas ？？ Sample Creation and Instructional Outline： Debbie Guild
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