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Aug 10, 2011

Dice Floor Cushion - Tutorial


Making a Dice Cushion is quite easy! Would you like to make one! Yes! Lets Makes one!

All you need is about 1 yard of 60 inch width fabric or about 1 1/4 yard if you have lesser width fabric
For the Dots or cirlces on the dice, you can make do with leftover fabric, check your Fabric Scrap Stash!

For filling about 1/4 kg of polyfill and rest of filling will be made of cut up fabric scraps!


From Base fabric (I have used Velour)
Cut 6 Squares of 15 * 15 inches dimension (includes 1/2 inch seam allowance on all sides)

In Contrast color fabric (I have used Organza with cotton underlining)

Step 1


Cut 1 Circle of 7 cm diameter (without seam allowance / fold allowance for edges)

Cut 21 circles of 3 cm diameter (without seam allowance / fold allowance for edges)
I had cut 21 circles of 3 cm diameter from the underlining material as well, if you use a thick material to cut your circles, you can get away with just having to 21 circles! Cutting circles are such a pain, i need to get myself a rotary cutter soooon !!!






Step 2 - Pin up the required number of cirlce on each square


Step 3 : Stitch the Circles onto the squares to put them in place


Step 4: Place the Big Circle at center on square base (mine ended up being a bit off center, so learn from my mistake!)and pin and applique. This square will form the top layer of the cube and will stay on top , until ofcourse the dice is tossed!



SORRY forgot to take a picture of the below 3 steps!

Step 5: Join the WS of 4 squares together and then join the open seam of first square to open seam of Last square to form an open cube ! 

Step 6: Put the square with Big Circle on top of the Open cube and stitch the seams of it to the squares below it (again Wrong Sides together)

Step 7: Place the square with  6 small circles to cover the open end of cube (again Wrong Sides together) and sew the seam leaving about 10 inch opening at center. It is through this opening we will be filling up the dice!


Step 8: Cut the fabric scraps into random sizes, just snip them up, they need be very small or too big, just about anything between palm size or double of palm size is just fine!

For filling up the dice, no snaps, don't think they are required, should make do with instructions, in case you still need clarification, please feel free to ask!

Step 9: First fill the dice with layer of polyfill at all sides. Then insert your hand into it and create a hollow hole at center of it

Step 10: Keep inserting fabric stash and spread it evenly as much as possible!

Step 11: Ask your little one to sit on it and see if there is enough fabric stash to support the dice when it is pressed! Once you are satisfied that the little one is able to sit comfortable and will not fall even if they run into it and sit! We are almost done

Step 12: Fill up the bottom and side with more polyfill layer just to give the right feel to the touchable sides! The fabric in the middle will not be known to anyone who is going to feel or sit on it!

Step 13: Lets us pin up the seams of opening 


Step 13: Now let us close the opening with a ladder stitch. See link at bottom of this post, for a video tute of Ladders Stitch!

Voila! Here it is our Dice Floor Cushion!
 Lets get the dice rolling!!!!



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36 comments:

  1. Fantastic and very creative idea!!! It looks very comfy as well!:D
    xoxo
    Jelena
    http://glamfabchameleon.blogspot.com/

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  2. love it sure wil make like tis

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  3. This is so beautiful . I dont do much sewing these days as most of my crafting is with my 5 year old but I am tempted to give this a try. Your fabric is beautiful and the white looks so good on the red. Thank You for sharing
    Cheers
    Sonia
    http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

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  4. This is great! Very creative and it looks so bright and colourful! :)

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  5. This looks like a fun project! I bet children would love this cushion. I KNOW my soon-to-be three-year-old granddaughter would love it. ;)

    Thanks for linking to the party.

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  6. Lovely! It looks bright n cute!

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  7. Thank you all, My Daughter is my Muse and she is my inspiration! I am glad my inspiration has been able to inspire you as well into making it. Please do share the finished Dice Cushion pictures once you are done!

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  8. One more thing, If you would like to share this Tutorial on your blog, please use the Create a Link button Below the Quotes 'Spread word, Spread Cheer' and share the link.

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  9. Very cute & what a great way to use those fabric scraps! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. that is so cute!

    I am your newest GFC follower from the hop!
    would love for you to follow back and say hi!
    http://www.mysocalblog.com

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  11. Thanks Dogpack Momma

    Thanks My SoCal Life for following Adithis Amma Sews

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  12. what a neat and cute idea.. Thanks for sharing at craftionary.. Stay tuned I'll update you when I feature it in upcoming parties. :)

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  13. Oh, my goodness! This is such a labor of love! Thanks for sharing your creativity at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :)

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  14. Great tutorial! I love this as a way to use up scraps for stuffing!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  15. Cute idea! Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday:)

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  16. Very nice tutorial, and easy. Love how it looks too:):)

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  17. This is super impressive!! It really is!! Im so so pleased you've linked this.. Totally love this one!! You are my true inspiration to ever start holding a needle.. I loved this.. and will surely try it some day!! :-)

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  18. What an awesome tutorial!


    I'd love for you to link up to our "Crafts for Under Twenty-Somethings" Thursdays this week! It's a blog hop specifically for kids and teens ideas, so your ideas would be perfect! I'll hope you'll come link up this Thursday. bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com


    Melanie

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  19. Thanks Hani, SJ, Jill, Cheryl, Kala, Kaysi, Patricia, Melanie - for all the sweet comments. Glad that you all liked this tute.

    Hope you will try it out someday and share the results with me!

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  20. so stinking cute! i think these would be great for kids or in a game room! great job, thank for partying with me!

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  21. Very creative tutorial! Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  22. Thanks Tiff, Tammy, notyet100, Sanghamitra for the compliments.

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  23. Fun idea! Thanks for sharing @'Sew Cute Tuesday'!

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  24. This is such a fabulous idea and very well made. You are very talented.

    Thanks for linking up at Tea-Time Thursdays @ Kreative Korner. Your post added to the celebration. Party for this week is going on now. Hope to see you there.

    http://tanyaanurag.blogspot.com/2011/08/tea-time-thursdays-3-and-features.html

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  25. This looks great and I LOVE that you can get rid of random fabric scraps in the center! Thank you for linking up at Freestyle Friday, this is a great addition to the party!

    Following you ~ Adrianne
    www.happyhourprojects.com

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  26. I love your blog! Please follow me back at:
    www.romanianprincess.com

    XoXo Nicole Mariana

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  27. love ths tutorial and ur blog...be ur follower now

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  28. Thanks Adriane, Delaney for the lovely comments.

    Thanks Nicole & Nisha for becoming followers of Adithis Amma Sews.

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  29. Thanks for linking to the Creating Success Worldwide blog hop!! Hope you'll come back again next week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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