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Cozy Chair Cushions For Your Kitchen

Mar 24, 2021 11:54 PM

It`s always more comfortable to sit on something soft than hard and as I have got a big family we spend a lot of time in the kitchen: cooking, eating, playing games and talking. That`s why I decided to make some soft cushions for my chairs. You can use any colour of fabric that fits your room. I also must notice that these cushions`re quite unusual because they`re without any ties. Let`s get started!

Things you need:

  • Fabric – enough yardage for the amount of cushions you need. I needed 5/8th of a yard for each cushion
  • 2-inch thick foam
  • Printer paper – to make a pattern
  • Scotch tape
  • Quilt batting – to wrap around foam to soften foam’s edges
  • Thread to match fabric
  • Marker
  • Pins
  • Scissors
  • Electric knife – to easily cut foam
  • Safety pins
  • Straight pins
  • Carpet tape

Step 1.

Tape pieces of printer paper together so you can make a pattern.  You want the taped pieces of paper to be slightly larger than the chair seat.

Step 2. 

Lay paper on the edge of a table and place chair upside down on the table.  Use a pencil to trace around the chair seat. Cut out on lines with scissors. 

Step 3. 

Lay paper on seat and use scissors to trim paper if needed so that paper is the same shape and size as the chair seat.  This will become your pattern. 

Step 4. 

Lay your pattern on a piece of 2″ thick foam. Trace around the pattern with a marker. 

Step 5. 

Use large scissors or an electric knife to cut the foam to size. Electric knives make the process fast and easy.

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