Cushions. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 09:15:12 AM
Crafting Outdoor Cushion Covers. In June I walked door-to-door to businesses throughout my town with flyers and posters about National Alzheimer`s Awareness month. This gave me a wonderful opportunity to meet and chat with hundreds of people, share information about this treacherous disease, and check out the contents of stores and shops that I had never visited before. It was interesting, enlightening, and fun.
You have spent many hours dripping with sweat, almost to the point of dehydration, sometimes passing the point of exhaustion, while you made your outdoor mental and physical hospice just the way you have always imagined it, since the youthful, inventive times of adolescence. Planting new grass, adding new flowers, aligning the shrubbery, putting the mulch in the precise location, and all for what? So you can sit and admire your hard slog and dedication from inside the house? Of course not! You want to take pleasure in all your arduous work and perseverance up close-up and personal. By adding new cushions to your lawn furniture, you can do just that, by first adding the comfort ability needed to spend more than just a few moments from time to time, while you ingeniously put a whole new guise into your garden and yard.
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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