…and hello, seat cushions!
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Below are the seat cushions that I had first cut out in Los Angeles three years ago. I’m proud to say I finally finished them this month in New York City! That’s transcontinental fine dining right there, yes siree.
The construction process was pretty simple: after I created a template for the seats, I cut out the fabric to include a 5/8″ seam allowance. I probably could’ve gone with 1/4″, but I wanted to cover myself in case I needed to adjust and make the cushions bigger.
Since I didn’t have enough of this floral fabric for both sides, I went with a dark green color for the bottoms and ties (four ties per chair). It worked out nicely! The ties took the longest part, from having to cut out the strips to then turning them inside out. They’re knotted at the ends.