Cushions. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 08:53:25 AM
On the second stop the shop was bustling, exciting for a fledgling business, but the owner had plenty of time for me. We found a perfect outdoor fabric in greens, tans, and reds, measured out the yards, found thread and stuffing for pillows and my sewing adventure began. I have sewn off and on over the years so I have experience, but I am not a regular at my machine. Fortunately it is a trusty Singer, a graduation gift 42 years ago, and it runs with glee. I gathered up my old cushions, washed and dried them, shook the stuffing back into every corner, and then set them atop my fabric. I cut one large cover for my favorite rocking chair and fashioned two pillows for my swing (one a cover-over and the other a new creation). After seams were in place I shoved in the old cushions, stitched up the hole left for stuffing, and had sparkling new ones.
Oleander Floral Rocker Cushion Set. If you like the floral pattern look, then this cushion set will work beautifully. This reversible, two-piece set comes with the seat and back cushions. You can choose the red or ivory color, and you can even splurge on the jumbo size for a more comfortable feel. The cushions attach to the chair with seat ties, and the polyester surface allows for spot cleaning to help keep it clean. They are made in the USA and prices start around $68.
Most of these items are sold with a tie at the back of each cushion so that they can be removed for washing if necessary. When you are purchasing, its always a good idea to find out whether the chair pads are machine washable. Many tend to be dry clean only as this keeps the cushion in shape.
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