See the cushions on the table? Take a good look cause this the best "before" shot I have.
For Kami's glider chair in little Clay's nursery!
They were surprisingly easy to recover. After procrastinating for two months, it only took a couple days to get them finished. I removed the old fabric from the square seat cushion, but decided to leave it on the seat back. You know the chanel stitching on most glider back cushions? I was pretty sure that thick cushion wasn't going to fit under my sewing machine presser foot, so I sewed up a snug white cover to go under the yellow. Since it was snug, it pressed the sides together just enough to hide those seams and it also gave me a chance to perfect the shape and size of the pieces before cutting into the yellow polka dot fabric.
Overall it was fairly quick and easy. A doable project. I'd definitely suggest it to anyone with an old glider who wants a new look for virtually no cost.
Isaiah 61:3 ...to give them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified.
Psalms 18: 16 & 19 But me he caught- reached all the way from sky to sea; he pulled me out of that ocean of hate, that enemy chaos, the void in which I was drowning...He stood me up on a wide-open field; I stood there saved- surprised to be loved!