Lightly padded and tufted with soft felt and floss rather than hard buttons, these floor pillows make fast and easy extra seating. If you’re brand new to tufting, a slim style cushion like this is a great first project.
These floor cushions, with their piping and tufted buttons, are a home décor classic. We added a clever harness to bundle them together. Carry the stack from room to room or keep the tower stable when used as a comfy foot rest.
This tone-on-tone floor cushion falls into the Pouf category but without the super-soft structure that’s traditional. Instead, it features a form-fitting upholstery style cover with clean, modern lines. Time to put your feet up.
The boxed floor cushion is a home déc classic. This Etsy Shop pattern has complete steps for assembling the pretty patchwork, making and attaching piping, creating hand tufting, and putting it all together into a 3-D box.
Outdoor living means outdoor sitting – often on “non-chair surfaces.” For portable comfort when activities move to more natural venues, bring along this stylin’ set of round seat cushions in their own duffle.
Create a beautiful patchwork floor cushion for your seat or feet. We offer pattern downloads for all the patchwork pieces so you don’t have to blow a gasket trying to turn squares and rectangles into a perfect circle.
We’ve all seen foam pool noodles. We invited them inside with our exclusive Land Noodles™. Thin, soft, and flexible, they’re made with rolled batting wrapped in cozy luxury fleece. For sleeping, lounging, and epic pillow fights.
This lounger is made from simple rectangles! We suggest tough outdoor fabric so it can work on the patio as well as inside a bedroom or family room. Our sample is sized for kids, but we give you dimensions to up-size for adults.
Creating undulating curves across a flat surface is a wonderful way to add dimensional interest to a cushion. Patchwork is a good choice for tufting because the intersecting lines give you a perfect grid for your stitching points.
Our super soft body pillow offers 4½ feet of huggability. It’s a must-have for crashing on the family room floor, relaxing (I mean studying), and it can provide sleep support for pregnant moms or full body support for napping dads.
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.