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November 18, 2010


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Oh, I really like this idea. How did you prevent it from unraveling? Did you first sew and then cut? Did you use a straight, zig-zag, or overlock stitch? I know I'm asking a lot of questions. I'd really like to give this a try but I'm afraid to start cutting and then have the whole sweater unravel before my very eyes!


Eleanor, you are a legend! Love the cushions, shivering at the snow x

Debbie Roberts

Love the cushions, Id like to know how you stop it unraveling too.

The buttons are beautiful too

Debbie x

sharon Peters

Have you velcro'd the open end together and just sewn the buttons on. This is a brilliant idea. X


Great idea and love the buttons - I see your cats like your cushions too :) Jaqui x


Sharon I stitched the buttons on through both layers of the sage one for now, but I will either make buttonholes or stitch poppers on the others when I have my inners. If the inners are washable I may not even make the covers removable, lol.


WOW! Love these.


Love these perhaps photos on how to make would be good as i'm not a sewer and it all sounded a little complicated...I'm a bit thick you see :)


Welcome to Scotland Eleanor-you will need lots of fleece and cashmere now!! LOVE the cushion covers.

Lynne V

Beautiful cushions:)
What a great way to preserve your favourite jumpers, I love the buttons too.

The snow looks great, I am hopin we'll get some so I can go sledging again.


Gorgeous Eleanor, just love them.

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