How do you make a cushion cover without a zip?

How do you make a cushion cover without a zip?

For the corners, I cut 4” x 26” strips (see diagram) and pinned them to both the top and bottom then sewed all around to form corners. Instead of a zipper, I used velcro strips and sewed them to the hemmed back of the cushion cover. It closes up tightly with velcro but removes easily when it needs washed. Simple!

Should cushion pads be bigger than cover?

Expert tip: always choose a cushion pad that’s the same size or one size bigger than your cushion cover to ensure extra plumpness and comfort. Never go for a cushion pad smaller than your cover as you’ll end up with empty corners where there’s no filling – overstuffed looks and feels much better.

How do you make a Velcro cushion cover closed?

  1. Measure and cut fabric.
  2. Sew fabric edges to prevent fraying.
  3. Sew fabric pieces together.
  4. Turn the pocket right-side-out and you will have a pocket with a flap that comes down over the opening.
  5. Add Velcro.
  6. Insert your pillow and affix the flap with the Velcro.

How do you cover a bench cushion?

How to cover your bench seat cushion Step 1: Measure for your fabric. Step 2: Cut your fabric. Step 3: Sew down the edge of each end using a 1/2 inch seam. Step 4: Mark the folded edge. Step 5: Prepare the seams for your box corners. Step 6: Measure for box corners. Step 7: Sew along the line.

How do you make a bench cushion?

How to Make a Bench Cushion 1. Measure the bench you’re creating a cushion for. 2. Use the panel you just cut to pattern your second panel. 4. Cut your zipper tape so that it’s 2” shorter than your cushion width. 8. Using a zipper foot on your sewing machine, sew one side of the zipper plaque to the zipper.

What is a bench cushion?

Optimal custom bench cushions for indoor and outdoor use offer the most comfort and resistance. These bench cushions are comprised of four components: foam, Memory Foam MicroGel, batting, and enclosed water-resistant liner.