Lightly padded, slim, and tufted with soft felt and floss rather than hard buttons, these floor pillows make fast and easy extra seating for holiday gatherings. If you’re brand new to tufting, this is a great first project.
You can make your own portable booster seats in cute, wipe-clean oilcloth or laminated cotton with a sturdy yet lightweight foam core. We show two different sizes: 3” and 5” – both with removable covers for extra easy clean-up.
Standard bench cushions are certainly available in stores, but I think we can all agree they never, ever, EVER fit right. Make your own using our easy-to-follow directions to get a perfect fit and a pro finish.
It’s a hand-stitching technique! This classic finish for a pillow or cushion is not difficult, but for the best results; you need a longer, stronger needle, heavy-duty upholstery thread, and a soft yet stable mid-weight fabric.
Bring some beauty into the backyard with our cheery chair cushions complete with brightly colored poms on the ties that bounce in the warm breeze. The cushions are one-piece, folding at the center to form the back + seat.
Create a beautiful chair cushion with accent piping and nice square corners but without any stress! There’s no side gusset; we use easy box corners instead. And the piping is attached as individual strips, so no tricky corners.