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How To Make Your Own Screen Sensation Lion Cub Cushion Cover



Accessorise your own little lion cub’s bedroom with this gorgeous printed cushion! Use your Screen Sensations unit to produce this stylish printed design, and create an on-trend lion cub cushion to add a focal point to a bed, sofa or chair.

  • Sewing and Needlework
  • 1-2 hours
  • Intermediate

You Will Need:

  • Screen Sensation Unit
  • Screen Sensation Fixing Tape
  • Screen Sensation Ink – Black,
  • Ginger
  • Leaf Green
  • Don’t Be Deceived I Was Born to Roar! Screen Sensation Screen
  • Skeleton Leaves Screen Sensation Screen
  • Fabric

Instructions:

  1. Tape the lion cub screen to the frame and mask off the text on the back of the screen with the fixing tape. Print the lion cub with Ginger Ink. Wash the screen and leave the fabric to dry.

  2. When the lion cub screen is dry, tape it back on to the frame and this time mask off the parts of the lion cub that are closest to the text. Print the text with the black ink. Leave to dry.

  3. Print the skeleton leaves with Leaf Green ink and leave to dry while you wash the screen. When both the screen and the fabric are dry, continue to repeat print the leaves 3 or 4 times so that you have a continuous strip of printed fabric. The size of cushion will determine how much fabric you need to print. The following measurements will work for an 18”cushion.

  4. When the prints are dry, cut a 13” square making sure that the lion cub print is central. Cut two strips from the leaves print 4” x 13” and sew to the side edges of the lion cub print with a ½ inch seam allowance.

  5. Cut two more strips of the leaves print fabric 4” x 19”and sew to the top and bottom edges of the cushion front.

  6. Cut two strips of plain fabric 13” x 19”. Fold over a ½” seam on the short edge of each strip and press with an iron. Fold over the seams again to hide the raw edges, press and sew the seam in place.

  7. With the right sides facing, pin the back panels of the cushion to the front panel and sew all the way around the edges with a ½ seam allowance.

  8. Trim the excess fabric at the corners of the cushion cover to take away the bulk, turn the cover the right side out and press with an iron, then insert your cushion inner!

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