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I’m going to show you step-by-step how easy it is to make new covers for those faded, time-worn, covered in bird poop and who knows what else, outdoor cushions! I prefer to use stripes or something with a geometric pattern to make cutting a straight line easier. I also like to use colors that are naturally found in nature for a more cohesive look.
Next you’ll want to lay out your cushion so that folded over, the fabric covers the cushion from top to bottom. Next you’ll need to put your cover back on the cushion (still inside out) and pin your two corner seams. The stripe is so classic, though and it is really easy to sew with, so I’m  happy with how it turned out! I stuck with the same color scheme as last year because it matches my awesome recycled plastic (what?!) outdoor rug which I’ll share with my deck makeover.
This is only part one  of my sew-easy outdoor cushion lesson.  I kick it up a notch with my settee cushion covers in my entry foyer courtyard thing-a-ma-jig.
Sitting on a patio can surely be comfortable but sometimes we can feel that something is missing.
When the comfort of an outside bench leaves much to be desired, this wide cushion is the right choice to ameliorate the situation. Attractive 3-Piece Outdoor Bench & Dining Chair Cushion Set in Lemon, designed of all weather and water resistant acrylic fabric. Outdoor bench in romantic white with tufted cushion covering whole seat, filled with long-lasting foam and wrapped in white polyester. This practical bag for cushions and other small ornamental garden furniture is the perfect secure them for the winter or the period in which they are not used. This is made of polyester garden bench cushion is a very practical and useful thing in every home. This big, squere bench cushion is perfect for indoor and outdoor use -it's water and sun resistance.
Soft, practical and super comfortable cushion on the garden bench is a thing worth having at home. This simple, yet very finctional rectangle bench cushion is made of virgin polyester fiber filling and polyester fabric cover (chocolate brown) that is resistant to staining and fading under sunlight exposure. Soft cushion in dark red, equipped with ties - designed to enhance seating comfort of your favourite bench. A bench cushion that enhances decorativeness of an outdoor area while simultaneously adding to a seating comfort of in fact any surface.
This bench cushion will fit most benches with the neutral design and black finish and is both weather-resistant and doesn't fade in the sunlight, which makes it perfect for outdoor and indoor use.
Beautiful Boxed Bench Cushion in Acrylic Pacific Blue Finish is very easy to clean – all is needed are mild soap and warm water. Warm and light finish and the beautiful and extremely charming tufts make this bench cushion look stunning. If you read my last post, Sew Easy Outdoor Cushion Covers (Part 1), you know how easy it is to give your outdoor furniture new life.  You don’t need to be an expert with your machine to make simple covers for those old cushions, just a willingness to try! Because this requires a separate piece for the sides, I decide to take advantage of the opportunity to liven it up with a coordinating fabric.

With my fabric flat (two pieces together: one for the top and one for the bottom), I laid my cushion on top.
Starting at the bottom, I pinned the side piece to the cushion right sides together (front and the back are the same so it doesn’t matter which one you start with). I’ll be honest, I pinned this for the picture, but I preferred leaving it unpinned to avoid weird gathers. Another nice thing about using a stripe, is that you can use it as a guide to line up your fabrics. I’ve shown you two very simple ways to give those old faded outdoor cushions a new life. Sorry… got straight to the questions without saying I think the transformation is amazing! So when I decided to give our canopied swing a makeover, I knew I wanted to use sheer drapes again (perfect for a romantic summer vibe).
The 60″ pipes for the sides, which are long enough to tuck on the inside of the frame (longer than the curtain hem). I used the 6″ galvanized pipes as weight for the front curtains which are tied back with organza ribbon. For those who have inquired, this is the Hampton Bay Sonoma swing which we purchased in 2008. This entry was posted in Favorite, Furniture, Outdoor Areas, Patio Accents, Roeshel's Projects and tagged furniture makeover, patio accents, swing drapes by Roeshel. Wow, Roeshel, you are a genius- I would have never thought to use pipe to weight the curtain hems. After just one season, they were nothing but warn and faded with ugly mold spots from rain, yuck!  I cringed at the idea of having to buy all new cushion covers.  It just seemed so unreasonable after I had just purchased them last year, and they certainly weren’t cheap either!  So I came up with a quick and inexpensive solution for giving the cushions and entire outdoor space a new look! If you can wrap a present, you can tackle this project!  Get the look of a fresh, updated space at a fraction of the cost!
Lay your old cushion cover on top of your new fabric.  Cut the new fabric to size leaving approx. Apply a line of fabric glue along the edge of the new fabric, then fold it over and adhere it to the bottom side of the old cushion.  This process is a lot like wrapping a present! All sides of the new fabric should now be secured to the old cushion.  Your no-sew cushion cover is complete!
Here’s one of my old cushion covers next to a freshly re-covered one, what a difference! That fabric is from Ikea, I don’t know the name but you should be able to find it there! I’ve made a cushion for a small chair in my bedroom a couple of years ago using this tactic. I really wanted to use the geometric fabric I used on the pillow for the cushions, but there were only two yards left  on the bolt.
I think it is so great if we can repurpose and reuse, it saves money and keeps things from the landfill. Sometimes for me, it’s dragging out the machine that deters me from starting a sewing project.

There are so many choices when you are choosing fabric to make your own…a blessing and a curse! I had a hard time finding replacements that weren’t so expensive…this is a really simple alternative! Here you will find different patterns of patio cushions to make this sitting perfect, out of which you can pick your best one and suit your taste. This practical cushion has been made of special all-weather acrylic and is suitable for outdoor use. This practical and simple cushion has been made from 100% polyester and can be used outdoors as it is weather resistant. Before we get started I wanted to let you in on a little secret: The bench cushion and side table fabrics you see below are actually shower curtains! I can see that the bottom corner is right on that thick stripe, so I made sure the top corner lined up in the same spot. Sadly I have no sewing skills, so not only with there be no piping but there will be no sewing at all for me! I have been sitting here and got half way on my own thinking through this process and just couldn’t bring together how to attach to back and what to do with the excess in the corners to get it to wrap over.
I’m trying to pin (have tried 3 different ones) and they all show up side ways on pinterest.
We have a covered west facing patio, which is awesome but I have been toying with the idea of using curtains…I LOVE THIS! I bought it when I had an in-ground pool at my old house and needed lots of furniture to fill the space around it. I have new cushions now (because I afraid to make them), but next time I need (or want a new look) I have super directions that look easy enough for me to tackle! The cushion features polyester fiber filling and crisp knife edge welts with ties to keep the cushion in place. But when it’s just us, this daybed set up is perfect for lazy naps on warm afternoons.
Here is what I was able to find that is similar: Target Pergola Swing, Target Gazebo Swing. If you want to send me an image, I can upload it to the BHG board or let me know if there is a trick!
I’m still trying to figure out my Mac (my PC automatically rotated the pictures on upload) and even though I edited my photos and rotated them and they show correct in the post, they still pin sideways. I love mine, but would like to update it and to think I was going to buy a new cushion set and top which would set me back about as much as I paid for it in 2008, but now I can do this and it will be just like new, lol. Not sure if they still have it, but I have seen a stencil almost just like this at Michaels. I had the sides and top all cut when I found this and now I can finish as you brought it all together for me!

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