I have to say I can't get very excited about home dec sewing. I try, but mostly it just turns into me fighting with very large pieces of fabric and nothing ending up quite square. Which is why I was less than overjoyed when our patio chair cushions started to fall apart. After scouring every conceivable store for replacements under $15 each, I decided to bite the bullet and make new ones. By waiting for a sale at Hancock's I was able to get all the fabric for 6 cushions for about $40.
Last night in between putting a sleepy girl with a runny nose to sleep again, and again, and AGAIN, I finally cut out all the pieces.
They will be simple box cushions with no welting because welting would take just that much longer and this is Arizona after all. The sun will bake and fry these babies in a year or two anyway. And yes, I'm way too lazy to take them off and put them away after each use. Are you kidding me?!
Hopefully I will get these done or mostly done this weekend so I can get on to the skirt I want to make myself. I cut out and decided on alterations to the pattern the other night, but then decided I needed to hold it out there as a carrot or the cushions will never get done.
My photo assistant was helpful, as always. I think she wanted to make sure you had a sense of scale!