If the cushion cover is new, you should wash, dry and iron it first so it absorbs the ink better. You’ll need an edding 4600 textile pen and a 4500 textile marker in black. Print out the two-page template with the motif and copy it to the right size to suit the cushion.
Cut out a piece of cardboard to fit inside the cover. This will prevent the ink from bleeding through to the back. Place the template inside the cover so the writing shows through clearly. Taking the fine black textile pen, go over the outlines of the big letters and the fine writing in between.
Now colour in the big letters or use shading. To heat-fix the design, iron on the no-steam setting. Your cushion cover is now able to withstand wash cycles of up to 60°C.
Products and materials
- Light-coloured cotton cushion cover (approx. 40 x 40 cm)
- SUN and PALM template
- A piece of cardboard to use as a protective backing
- An iron
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