Non-Slip Cushions Make Hard Seats Comfortable |
They’re Also Lovely Accents for Your Decor!
Patchwork cushions are perfect for softening up hard seats and are warmer in cool weather, too. Plus, they’re lovely accents for any room. A piece of fabric cut to size also works, if patchwork isn’t right for your decor.
These are quite ingenious, as they’re held in place with “slipper gripper” fabric (like this) instead of ties. Dense, foam-like batting is cut to size for the cushion inserts (get it here). Plus, the covers can easily be removed for laundering. Sticky velcro (like this) secures the closure, although you can use the sew-in kind if you prefer.
The finished cushions, made by Kyndra from Brown Needle, are 14″ x 14″. Instructions are included for adjusting the size to fit your chairs.
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