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feathered duck cloth

Added Mar 3, 2014

by izbott

Penticton , Canada






This is another cushion cover I made for work. It’s got fun feather graphics. It’ll blend well with St. Patrick’s & Spring time dcor. The ironing of the decal takes more time on duck cloth. I had to play around with the heat settings on the iron. I ended up using linen setting the hottest setting, then the transfer was starting to bond. When I tried cotton mid heat on the iron.. it wasn’t working. Trial & error, buts its a fast & quick project!

Material Notes

duck cloth & transfer decals.




Garment Type

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    Mar 5, 2014, 05.25 AMby bernieandi

    Beautiful cushion. I love the print!

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    Mar 4, 2014, 06.13 PMby Ellen Hatteland

    Very nice cushion cover! I love feather and this is very nice! Well done :)

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      Mar 5, 2014, 05.19 AMby izbott

      Thank you & it’s a vintage copy right free graphic. It’s such an easy thing to do. You could use family pictures too .

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      Mar 5, 2014, 11.01 AMby Ellen Hatteland

      That’s a good idea! Thank you for sharing – I have to learn how to do it :)

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    Mar 4, 2014, 08.32 AMby sarahsdaughter

    love it very clever :)

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      Mar 5, 2014, 05.14 AMby izbott

      Thank you. It’s an easy way to decorate.

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    Mar 4, 2014, 06.14 AMby Mary Athey

    Lovely job, the cushion looks great, i wonder can you use these decals on anything else x

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      Mar 5, 2014, 05.13 AMby izbott

      Yes you can! They are t shirt transfers. I have used them to make tote bags & zipper pouches.

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