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Published : 01.08.2015 | Author : admin | Categories : Garage Organization
I decided to use the fold in the fabric along the back of the cushion so that I would only be adding piping and sewing three sides. Now our bench might need a little paint to jazz up those cinderblocks… but that’s a project for another day! This swing is very comfortable, but I wanted to add a cushion to it,  not only for comfort, but to add a pop of color as well.    I love the upholstered look of cushions, but also love instant gratification and being able to easily make something with fabric without sewing  a stitch. To make the no-sew cushion cover: pretend the foam is a gift box and wrap it as you would a gift, using fabric instead of wrapping paper. Fold over the raw edge of the fabric and pin every few inches along this no-sew seam to hold the fabric onto the cushion. You can see this beautiful blue in The DIY Show Off’s Beach Eclectic Cottage Room that she designed for Shaw with Cassity from Remodelaholic. Before we get started I wanted to let you in on a little secret: The bench cushion and side table fabrics you see below are actually shower curtains!

Will be using your tutorial this spring when I make new cushion covers for all the chairs on our wrap around porch. I’ve completely reorganized the original plan for a bench cover I had in mind to make yours, it looks so much better!
Hi there, I just found this while looking for help as a novice seamstress trying to make a cushion seat for a reading book my husband made each of our girls for Christmas. I just want to know where you got the memory foam cushion for, I checked Joanne Fabrics, Hobby Lobby and didn’t see that for sale. If you want a quality cushion, I recommend buying good quality foam pad from JoAnn or somewhere similar.
Lay the top panel right side up on top of the cushion. Pin the piping on top of the fabric. I actually put the bench together last summer, but never got around to adding a cushion before the cabin was closed up for the winter.

I was so uninspired by the choice of bench cushions in my local stores (I live in regional NSW, Australia).
I’d resigned myself to paying a fortune for an imported cushion when I came across your tutorial. We are big DIYers, too, and my husband re-plumbed with copper and still didn’t make a difference.

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