Cosy cushion covers from recycled sweaters featuring your custom dog applique Premium class

Gail Wyman, Graphic Designer, Maker, Artist-in-Training

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8 Videos (1h 13m)
    • Cosy cushion covers- Introduction

    • Cosy cushion covers - Materials

    • Cosy cushion covers - Pillows and fabric

    • Cosy cushion covers - Making templates

    • Cosy cushions covers - Using BondaWeb

    • Cosy cushion covers - Making the covers

    • Cosy cushion covers - Applying your silhouette

    • Cosy cushion covers - Finished products


About This Class

Learn how to create beautiful knitted cushion covers using recycled sweaters appliqued with a custom silhouette design.  These cushion covers are deliciously warm and soft, a very nice home accessory. Use a scrap of fabric from your bedlinen or Christmas fabric designs for gifts.


9 of 9 students recommendSee All

Brilliant idea Gail. Will hunt down all my old jumpers now and make cushions galore!
Thanks Gail, for such a fun class! I'm looking for ideas for gifts and these pillows are a great place to start. Your instructions are clear and easy to follow.
Gail is such an enthusiastic and engaging teacher. If I can do this, anyone can, believe me! Enjoy!





Gail Wyman

Graphic Designer, Maker, Artist-in-Training

I am the founder and lead designer for WymanJackson Creative, a small design agency working on branding & marketing commissions with a strong interest in innovating the client-agency communication process.  I am also developing a brand, the Good Hearted Hound, which creates sophisticated hound & dog related merchandise and aims to fund leadership courses for teens and adults.

I love Skillshare! And I am an avid class taker, particularly for all things digital design and artwork creation.  I've decided to offer some classes sharing some of my favourite craft projects and a few craft processes I've created that I haven't seen (yet) on the Internet. I'm very interested in your feedback and seeing your contributions to the galleries!