Good Morning Monday!! Hope everyone had a great successful last weekend in January before heading into the second month of the 2018 year! As I mentioned on my “Scrap It Friday” post, we spent ours at a scrapbooking retreat. It was pretty successful as I managed to get quite a but finished. Anyways, a few weeks ago I made myself a cushion for my chair in my craft area since the So, let’s get started with my “DIY Comfy Polka Dot Seat Cushion…”
- SINGER 3323S Talent Portable Sewing Machine
- Sulky Premium Invisible Thread for Sewing, 2200-Yard, Clear
- Black with White Polka Dot Charmeuse Fabric
- ItAll 10 Sets 2×4″ Self Adhesive Hook and Loop
- Poly Foam 3 X 14 X 14
- Singer 8-1/2-Inch Professional Series Scissors Heavy Duty Bent
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The first thing I did was lay my fabric out on the floor and used the foam piece to measure how much I would need to use to make a pillow like case except for a chair cushion.
Then, I carefully added pins to the fabric and cut across giving me enough room for the piece of foam.
Once I had my pins in place, I carefully sewed down the first side of my “cushion” case and then did the same for the second side.
Finally, I added three pieces of velcro on both sides of the closing. Using the pins to keep them in place, I carefully sewed each piece in place.
There you go! A cute, easy “DIY Comfy Polka Dot Seat Cushion” project. Hope you enjoyed!
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