How to Recover Seat Cushions?


Cut the pattern for the cushions out of fabric and sew three sides together inside out. Turn the fabric right side out and slide over the cushion. Fold the open seam in and sew with even tight stitches.
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Recovering a seat cushion is an expensive way to liven up your home and prolong the life of your furniture. You will need fabric, spray adhesive or upholstery staples, scissors and webbing tape for this project. For more information look here: Instructions on how to recover a seat cushion:;
It can be somewhat difficult to recover a seat cushion. Your first step is to unpick all the seams of your old cushion. Once that's finished, you can give the cushion a whole new look. You can find more info at:
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