No Sew Floor Cushions

2 Materials
$20
1 Day
Easy

I can’t sew.


Well OK, actually maybe that isn’t the right choice of words.


I can sew . I just choose not to because I dislike it so (see what I did there?). I find the whole process quite daunting. Then when you add a sewing machine to the equation, I can literally feel drops of perspiration forming on my forehead.

That voice inside my head? It just screams NO! Just NO! (dramatic, as ever I know)


So as you can imagine, I live for ALL the alternative solutions to sewing products .


And I wanted to make floor cushions for my rented home to soften up the flooring (FYI have you watched my new RENTER HOME TOUR SERIES) but didn't want to sew so heres what I did

MATERIALS USED:




  • Glue
  • Single sized bed sheet (or 2 x pieces of 60cm X 60cm fabric)
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Stuffing
  • Ruler or square template
no sew floor cushions

HOW TO:


1 .Lay out your bed sheet the wrong way down on a flat surface (iron if needed). draw a square outline on one side of the fabric.


2. Cut out the two squares with a sharp pair of scissors.


Now apply the Contact Adhesive Glue around the edges of both of the fabric squares.

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Don’t forget to leave a 3-4 cm opening on both of the fabric squares clear of glue. This opening will be used to insert the the stuffing.


Place the two fabrics together ..Leave the glue to cure for 24hrs


Once dried, turn the pillow in side out through the opening you have created.

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Fill the new cushion with stuffing!

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Seal the opening shut with more glue

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And you are done.


As always more details can be found at the link below!

no sew floor cushions

Suggested materials:

  • GLUE  (AMAZON)
  • Fabric  (primark)

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Have a question about this project?

5 questions
  • Benesse
    on Apr 11, 2019

    Great idea, so do-able.

    Any feedback yet on how the glue holds up in laundering?

    • Tanya Marks
      on Apr 12, 2019

      Her blog says that she used Gorilla Contact Adhesive Glue that is machine washable....

  • Biba Maletic
    on Apr 11, 2019

    Is it washable glue, what type of glue did you use

    thank you

  • Julie
    on Apr 12, 2019

    I have to make cushions for bench seating. I cant sew and don't have a sewing machine. Do you think this Gorilla Glue would work for that?

    • La'Del
      on Apr 16, 2019

      You can use fabric glue. It works well.

    • Jennifer Roysdon
      on Apr 18, 2019

      Fabric glue, or hemming tape.


    • Beth
      on Apr 18, 2019

      You could use the clear gorilla glue. But dont use the brown wood goilla glue

  • Jean
    on Apr 12, 2019

    Does the glue hold that good ? Looks nice.

  • Tammie
    on Apr 28, 2019

    What kind of glue?

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  • Lynne
    on Apr 18, 2019

    lovely pillow!! i might try this one

  • Memes Jewel
    on Apr 18, 2019

    I would use fabric glue. That also makes it washable😉

    • Ramona
      on Jun 4, 2019

      Can you Not wash Gorilla Glue?

      I've never tried it.

      I have used fabric paint to adhere a patch to a hoodie. It worked well. I washed in cold water and dried on low heat.

      I love fabric glue!

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