Tuffet Class - Round

Quilter’s Cocoon


Tuffet Workshop Supply Sheet


Pre-class instructions – cut fusible in two pieces (do not cut panels apart yet) cut advertising off so it will fit nicely on your muslin. Fuse the fusible to muslin and cut the eight panels out and bring to class.


Arranging your layout can be time consuming for some people. (most quilter’s don’t do scrappy well) Arrange fabrics in 8 stacks of 8 fabrics each in the order you want them to look on your tuffet. If you are going with the scrappy look arranging isn’t necessary.

If you did not purchase your kit from Quilter's Cocoon most likely the t-nuts are not installed and the foam is not adhered to the foam. You must install your t-buts and adhere your foam prior to class. Quilter's Cocoon is not responsible if your legs do not sit straight.


Tuffet Source Pattern (fusible interfacing included)

Tuffet hardware kit (includes, pre-drilled wood base, 18” round upholstery foam with beveled edge, upholstery batting, t-nuts, cording and button)

4 Bun feet – with 5/16” -18 hanger bolt already installed



64 strips 2 ½ x 21 or one jelly roll/strip roll of at least 32 strips cut in half to yield 64 pieces.

1 ¼ yard of loose weave Muslin

6” square for button, if using same as bottom below fat quarter is enough.

1 fat quarter for bottom of tuffet.


Sewing machine in good working order

Machine needles (this is foundation pieced and needles may dull fast)

Glass head straight pins or heat resistant flower head pins are great

Rotary cutter with sharp blade

12” add a quarter-if you have the cardboard insert keep it-if not 12” piece of template plastic


Rotary cutter with sharp blade

Piecing thread (I prefer Aurifil)

Hand needle

¼ inch foot and zigzag foot

Seam ripper, small sharp point scissors, large scissors (my favorite for cutting the upholstery batting Fiskars Easy Action)

Recommended but not required – Omnigrid 12 x 18 cut and press, travel size iron



Cost: $ 60.00