Handmade Scatter Cushion Covers from Selby Soft Furnishings UK

Our exclusive range of designer scatter cushion covers are all professionally handmade in the UK by Selby Soft Furnishings.

 

We have well over 30 years of sewing experience in both upholstery and furnishings. Rest assured our soft furnishings are made to the highest standard and from quality upholstery and furnishing fabrics.

 

Professionally Handmade in England using industrial sewing machines (walking foot & overlocker).

 

Consistent and Professional Pattern Design - Each cushion is carefully cut out to feature the exact pattern you see in the listing.

 

Reversible Design - All of our scatter cushions feature the same fabric front and rear. If there's a pattern on the fabric, the rear of the cushion will also feature a pattern.

 

Overlocked inside edges to prevent fraying.

 

Piped all round.

 

Zipped - All of our cushions feature a zip opening.

 

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Very eye catching black and silver abstract design. The black chenille is raised, on a silver satin ..
£27.50
Striking abstract design with a satin silver with contrasting black and grey diamonds.   ..
£24.50
Striking abstract design with a satin silver with contrasting grey diamonds.   ..
£24.50
The floral design is a raised plush chenille in burgundy, on a woven silver and burgundy backing. Ve..
£21.50
Subtle paisley design in two tone beige. Very clean and fresh looking cushion cover.   ..
£21.50
Floral design with a very sharp retro design on a plum background. The floral display is in white an..
£12.50
The background is a pale turquoise and onto this is an embroidered abstract design with a burst of c..
£12.50
Children's aquatic theme featuring fish, turtles and a submarine. Colours are royal blue, yellow..
£12.50
Plain pale lemon background with a floral display in blue, purple and white. The flowing stalks and ..
£12.50
New Wave by Nigel Thompson for Nouveau Fabrics Ltd. UK, England. Made from quality 100% homespun cot..
£12.50
The floral design to the front of the cushion is raised in a dark edge with blue. The reverse of the..
£12.50
Children's cotton print design, with lots of bright colours and a sharp design. Same design on b..
£12.50
Good quality fabric. The designs are on contrasting black background, which brings them out beautifu..
£15.50
Lots going on in this children's fabric, with animal and floral designs. The background is in be..
£15.50
Paisley background with very pretty small bunches of flowers. The main colours are white and beige f..
£12.50
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