St Cuthman Poppy Square Cushion - The Chuffed Store St Cuthman Poppy Square Cushion - The Chuffed Store
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Description

Our hand-printed cushion is made to order on 100 percent linen with a lovely contrast, seasonally-dyed piping.

In spring, we use the pinky colour of rhubarb to dye our cloth, during summer months, the bright acid yellows of weld and in autumn and winter, the warm earthy hues of walnut.

Each piece of fabric is a one-off creation, the product of a passing season, changing weather and local soil and the by the printers hand and skill. Variety and inconsistency are an essential part of how we make our fabric and one we hope you will love.

Our South Downs collection of patterns, including our St Cuthman and St Peter designs are inspired by the ancient patterns of the churches along the South Downs Way, near our workshop in West Sussex.

Our cushions measures 45 cm x 45 cm and comes complete with organic cotton cushion pad and concealed zip.

About the Maker:

I am a patternmaker and printer. My mission is to design and make beautiful patterns and fabrics for people’s homes. Home to me is all about creating a warm and relaxed space to share with those you love. My fabrics do this through natural colours and pattern – hand-made especially by me for you. I believe in using natural processes that are kind to the environment and reflect the beauty of nature and the world around us. I use natural dyes, water based inks and 100 percent natural linen. I really believe that we should only have things in our home, which are kind and beautiful to us and to the planet. I enjoy making my fabric with care in my studio on the South Downs. I harvest my natural dyes from the field and hedgerows around me, and the colours and patterns I use are all inspired by the chalk downs, water meadows and ancient tracks and villages near where I live. I definitely believe that when it comes to our homes – less is more. Having fewer, more beautiful things around us opens our eyes to the subtleties of the handmade and the wonder of the everyday.

"I definitely believe that when it comes to our homes – less is more. Having fewer, more beautiful things around us opens our eyes to the subtleties of the handmade and the wonder of the everyday"