Updating french provincial furniture
Remove the cover and sew those seams: Here’s your corner seam after sewing, both inside-out and right-side out: You can trim the extra fabric, but I didn’t bother. And you can barely make out the side seam because of the stripes! I really wanted to use the geometric fabric I used on the pillow for the cushions, but there were only two yards left on the bolt.I didn’t reinforce my seams either because I don’t plan on removing them to wash them. To finish off the back of the cushion, fold it like you’re wrapping a present: And hand sew it up: Here’s to another fabulous year! The stripe is so classic, though and it is really easy to sew with, so I’m happy with how it turned out!Zoom Ship R was founded with great customer care as its core focus.Our legendary Heroic Support ™ team is there for you by phone or email, whenever you need with your Zoom Ship R account. No need to call the carrier, we'll deal with them on your behalf, whatever the issue may be.From sewing to painting, reinventing to ripping down and rebuilding, with a little bit of craftiness sprinkled in between, I love a project!If you're visiting me for the first time, start with my DIY Project Gallery, found by clicking the tab next to 'Home'.
We take care of your business like no single carrier can.It took me almost eight yards to cover all the cushions. That’s approximately one yard (54″ wide) per cushion, but I was able to cut two side-by-side in my fabric.These are quite thick so you should be able to do the same.This is only part one of my sew-easy outdoor cushion lesson.
I kick it up a notch with my settee cushion covers in my entry foyer courtyard thing-a-ma-jig. Making new covers made my outdoor furniture look brand new again!