Patchwork cushion and pouch

patchwork workshop

In this online class we will make this simple but striking patchwork cushion cover. It’s great beginners sewing project, you just need to be competent with your machine.




17 Jun 2021


7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

What will we cover?

Don’t worry if you’ve never attempted any patchwork before… this is a great project for learning simple steps and techniques.


With the left over fabrics we’ll go on to show you how to make a simple zipped pouch too.

How will I be taught?

Our online classes are fun and friendly (you can check our our reviews on Tripadvisor, Google or Facebook) and because we teach lots of face to face classes too we know where you might go wrong before you do.


Don’t worry if you’ve never done an online class before – we have. The online sewing class will be hosted on Zoom to allow us chance to show you clearly all the steps you need and have multiple cameras working. Hosted from a well lit space with good cameras you will see all the detail you need, and of course get chance to ask all the questions you can think of.

Do I need any previous experience or skills?

This is suitable for beginners.

Are materials provided? Is there anything I need to source myself?

You will need 4 fat quarters of fabric (a fat quarter is approx 19″ x 22″).  Fat quarters can easily be bought in person or online from most fabric shops.


10″ / 25cm zip with plastic teeth.  (It can be longer if you have one in your cupboard already)

What will I take home with me?

By the end of the session you will have learned how to make your own patchwork cushion and pouch and be well on your way to finishing them.


Drinks and biscuits will be available from your own kitchen – don’t forget to buy some!


During all of our workshops photographs are taken for promotional purposes only. Please make us aware at the time of booking if you would prefer not to be included.


Sarah Brangwyn
Sarah Brangwyn

Owner of Made and Making, Sarah has been sewing all her life. Her passion is helping others to gain the same level of enjoyment from mastering these creative skills. She's known for her infectious enthusiasm, her endless knowledge and for her knack for explaining things clearly, leading to lots of 'aha!' moments. In a previous life, Sarah was a branch manager in an insurance firm. Taking redundancy in 2012 allowed her to follow her dream of creating a hub for sewing and craft. At Made and Making Sarah teaches sewing, crochet, needle felting and other craft courses. She's also one of the tutors for the children's workshops. When family life allows, Sarah loves nothing more than immersing herself in her own projects.

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