Cushions. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 09:12:23 AM
Glider Rocker Cushions. Old and worn glider rocker cushions - you know what they look like. The spills, the tears, the stains. Age can really take what used to be beautiful, comfortable glider cushions and turn them into an embarrassment. You move the chair from the sitting room to the den because it is starting to look bad. Then you move it from the den to the bedroom because the cushion is torn and you don`t want people to see it. Finally you take it from your room and just put it in the garage because you are even tired of looking at it!
The first place I`d check out is BabyBedding.com. They offer some very sheik rocking chair cushions in a wide variety of designs and colors. Although intended to fit nursery themes, some of the designs are neutral enough to be used for rockers anywhere in the house. All the designs run the same specs, with 2 cushions at 30"x21"/17" for the back and 20"x18" for the back. The batting is made from recyclable hypoallergenic polyester fiber-fill. Prices range from $62-$89. Standard shipping rates apply.
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.
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