Asked on May 12, 2019

What should I do with the area between these pillows?

Tam 15076171Sharon BardonnerDory Stewart


I'm trying to redo my swing cushions. The mating is great. My dilemma is the area between both pillows. I was going to glue because I dont sew. Any suggestions on in between cushions and if gluing isn't the best options what could I do instead? BTW: ADDED SUMMER BECAUSE SHE BOMBED THE PHOTO.

7 answers
  • Laura Cooper
    Laura Cooper
    on May 13, 2019

    Use stich witch. It's an adhesive tape that irons on

  • William
    on May 13, 2019

    You can also use hook and loop (Velcro). You can glue it on with E6000 adhesive.

  • Gk
    on May 13, 2019

    Velcro. Some velcro has an adhesive back.

  • Justme
    on May 13, 2019

    The gap looks as if it is ended to form the hinge area when the cushions are in place. You could just have sep cushions by removing the web and letying one cushion sit behind the other one. Nice cat

    • Sandra Allen
      Sandra Allen
      on May 13, 2019

      Justme is right. This is the gap needed to fold up the cushion. Unless you are trying to lay it out flat, you don't want to fill this in. If you are trying to lay it out flat, how about cutting foam, covering with a nice fabric to compliment the cushion colors, and inserting it. You could maybe put some the "pile" part of the "hook and pile) across the insert extending to each side, and then putting the "hook" part on the backs of the pillows. This would not only keep it secure, but allow you to remove it when needed.

  • Dory Stewart
    Dory Stewart
    on May 13, 2019

    I don't know the 'depth' of the chair seat, nor the height of the back, but looking at the cushion.. It appears to me the back cushion was intended to sit atop the the seat cushion [pushed to the back] ...Hence, the 'space' of extra fabric. I'd 'play' with placement BEFORE I'd do anything you might regret later. Another way to explain it: While holding UP the back cushion, PUSH the SEAT cushion ALL the way to the back, then SEAT the back of cushion. 'Zat help?

  • Sharon Bardonner
    Sharon Bardonner
    on May 13, 2019

    A pool noodle

  • Tam 15076171
    Tam 15076171
    on May 13, 2019

    I don't sew either so I use NO SEW available in the Fabric Dept. and sometimes in the Craft Dept. works great as a fabric glue even through a couple of washings but Fabric Fusion in the Craft Dept. would probably be better for this type of project since this will be outside in the heat and humidity and maybe cold so if you decide to do that that's what I would go with is Fabric Fusion.

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