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Prayer and Meditation Cushion

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Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

A chic and elegantly designed cushion for your prayer or meditation practice. With no side seams to put pressure on your ankles or feet, this cushion allows you to sink deeper into your meditation in comfort. The clever clamshell shape allows the top and bottom of the cushion to "wrap" around one another at a single outer seam, which features piping to really make it pop! Cushion cover includes an exposed zipper to allow you to remove the cushion insert for washing. Cushion insert may be filled with buckwheat hulls, fiberfill, or even scrap fabric! A quick sew that walks you through installing a zipper and inserting piping with full-color images and clear explanations, this cushion is sure to support you and your practice! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY baste SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 22" x 15" x 4"

Recommended with this pattern

  • piping filler cord (2.5 yds)
  • zipper foot
  • home decor or other medium-weight fabric (1.25 yds)

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Whipstitch
Deborah Moebes writes Whipstitch, a blog about modern sewing. After a decade as a schoolteacher and a short career as an archaeologist, Deborah stumbled (kinda backward) into sewing and has never looked back. She's the author of two books, Stitch by Stitch and the upcoming Stitch Savvy, and is the founder of Atlanta's original modern sewing lounge. She also has four kids, a husband, a (lovely but largely imagined) garden, a fantastic mid-century modern ranch (which is the subject of many a Pinterest post), a dog and (soon to be, if the children get their way) two fish. She firmly believes that sewing is for everyone, and that you'll learn the most if you jump in with both feet and give it a shot, even if you're not quite sure what you're doing. She is also quite adamant that everything ought to have pockets. Currently, Deborah is working on plans for a new book, sewing almost constantly for her new house, designing a series of video-based tablet-friendly sewing patterns, and working her way through a backlog of quilting projects.