How to make -
A Piped Cushion
zipped in a plain or patterned fabric
  • - Fabric
  • - Thread
  • - Zip (std NOT concealed)
  • - Cushion Pad
  • - Piping Cord
  • Tools
  • - Sewing Machine
  • - Zip Foot
  • - Needles
  • - Pins
  • - Scissors
  • - Set Square
  • - Straight Edge
  • - Invisible Marker
  • - Cushion Template
  • Watch the videos for full step by step tution of the instructions and expert tips from the workshop

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    Step 3: Overlock the Fabric Panels


    For a more professional finish Overlock or zigzag sitch ALL the sides of the fabric panels.

    • As a minimum overlock or zigzag stitch the bottom edges of the cut panels (to prevent fraying & loose threads getting stuck in the zip).
    • Decide which is your front and rear panel.
    This video shows you
    • How to zigzag stitch the edge.
    • How to overlock.
    • How to overlock around corners.
    • How to finish your overlock stitching.

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