I posted the patterns and tutorials for the summer-inspired crochet ripple cushion with daisy applique a while ago but various technical issues with my hosting have prevented me from putting up new posts for a while. So I’m revisiting the last month with a few retrospective posts…
I loved making the daisy ripple cushion. It was a fun and quick project to do but it looks quite intricate. Making a ripple wide enough to cover the cushion and then joining it as a tube was a far easier method than making a front and a back and sewing or crocheting them together. I really like the side joins as they were a great opportunity to make crochet daisy buttons – and very practical too.
The colours really zing in this cushion. Its made using Deramores own brand Studio DK, in Frost, Rose, Citrine, Peridot and Pearl. The links to the patterns and tutorials are here:
- Printable pattern/tutorial on making daisy appliques (UK terms)
- Printable pattern/tutorial on making daisy appliques (US terms)
- Photo tutorial on making the summer ripple cushion
- Printable pattern for the ripple cushion (UK terms)
- Printable pattern for the ripple cushion (US terms)
- Troubleshooting the crochet ripple pattern – some common problems and how to avoid them
I’m really inspired to make more cushions and to finish my seascape ripple blanket that I will soon have been doing for a whole year! The trouble is that whenever I make a lovely project, whether its a bag, a cushion or a blanket, it gives me loads of ideas of other versions and new patterns that I want to make. Too many ideas and too little time!
I suppose its the same for you too – how do you prioritise things? I think I’m going to have to be way more organised and focus on one project at a time for a bit. I find it very tricky with social media too – so much going on in Instagram feeds and with the two lovely groups that I’m involved with. Maybe I’ll give up sleep…
I’ll be back with more catch up posts soon but in the meantime, here are the latest pics I took of the summer ripple cushion – in the spare room in was intended for xxxxx