Here’s a wonderful way to freshen up your space – indoors or out. Our pillow design features criss-cross lacing along the front closure to add a nautical spin. Bold stripes, cut in different directions, are a perfect fabric choice.
Real starfish belong in tide pools. Our starfish pillow belongs on your sofa… or bed or chair or bench. This quick and easy project has a full pattern. Use it to add a splash of nautical fun to freshen-up your summer décor.
When it’s bring-your-own-shade weather, our portable tent fits the bill. Perfect as a little kid’s playhouse as well as a comfy lounge cabana for big kids. Get instructions for both the PVC frame plus the slip-on fabric covering.
Longer, sunnier days are perfect for a picnic. Our double layer blanket is simple + quick; you could start it after lunch and be using it by dinner. Reinforced corners with grommets let you spike the blanket into the ground.
Outdoor living means outdoor sitting – often on “non-chair surfaces.” For portable comfort when activities move to more natural venues, bring along our stylin’ set of round seat cushions in their own duffle.
Pretty picnic style! These adorable pocketed liners are created especially for classic mini bushel baskets, which are super easy to source, but we also outline all the steps you need to adapt the sizing for your own basket.
Oilcloth is water resistant with a wipe-clean surface, making it ideal for patio living. “It will be too sticky for pillows,” you shout! These pillows are meant to be used as bright pops of color to decorate not for sleeping.
It’s time to plunge your hands into fresh dirt! Our Gardening Apron can help with the tough outdoor tasks. The design features a unique split-skirt that allows you to squat, bend, sit or stand without stretching, pulling or binding.
Seating for outdoor events and gatherings is often just the grassy slopes of a park. You need something to sit on! A blanket can be too big and bulky to pack in. Instead, try this lightly padded, roll-up cushion in outdoor fabric.
When temperatures rise, a great quick-cooling spot is your neck. Our easy-to-make wraps use water absorbing crystals within the pockets of a long, tie-on tube for fast cooling power. For adults, kids, even pets.
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.
These clever mats are an outdoor version of the mug rug. There’s a full-width pocket and a grommet for hanging to store. Hold utensils or slip in a paperback to hold your place on a breezy day. Outdoor fabric adds durability.
Outdoor dining season is coming; at least that’s what we’re telling ourselves as winter stubbornly clings on. Keep the faith and get ready with our darling, durable placemats that have built-in pockets to hold flatware and/or napkins.
Spice up your outdoor living space with a new tablecloth. Ours is fast and easy. The center contrasting panel acts like a built-in runner, and secret pockets behind each corner hold weights to help keep the cloth in place.
A jar wrap helps absorb condensation, makes the jar easier to handle, and looks super cute. We show how to create pretty striped accent bands from a few fave pieces of leftover fabric, making it a fun ScrapBusters project.
Our innovative Outdoor Shade Panel is a flexible solution for patios and porches that sometimes battle the sun. The center screen filters in light while blocking out the worst of the blinding rays – without destroying your view.
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.
Insulated with thermal batting to help keep food warm or cold. Plenty of interior pockets – all in easy-care PUL. And the top inset zipper provides a secure closure so even if the tote tips, your picnic doesn’t spill.
Handy pockets make it easier to shuttle utensils from the kitchen to the patio. Load them up, stack them up, carry them out. Because they’re self-contained, you can use them with placemats, tablecloths or right on the table.