Cushions. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 09:12:00 AM
For indoor and outdoor chairs, TheRockingChairCompany.com has a fantastic selection. Ranging from just tie-on chair bottoms, to standard cushions, to cushion sets. They have floral and striped fabric patterns, as well as some more sedated neutral colors good for everything from cedar rocking chairs to white wicker rocking chairs. Their cheapest single seat cushion runs about $25, the cushions with backs plus seat roam around in the $40`s and $50`s, and they even supply rocking chair bench cushions for $55-$99. And I notice they offer free shipping for many of their products.
One of our new shops sells fabrics. We have had similar stores in and out over the years but they have found it tough to stay afloat. The big box has some sewing essentials but not many plus it is off my list of places to go. The owner of the fabric shop is a casual acquaintance as our sons wrestled and played football together. On my first visit, the shop was pretty quiet so we had a chance to chat and I was able to snoop around and discover the variety of fabrics, notions, and quilting materials available. And so, even though it is August and summer is nearly gone, I decided to join the legion of sewers and make covers for my outdoor furniture.
The great benefit of chair pads is that as well as adding additional decoration they are also highly functional. Sometimes hard pine kitchen chairs are just not that comfortable, lets face it. The addition of an extra cushion makes all the difference.
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