Where can I purchase foam pad for outside chairs

I want to redo old patio chairs and make new seat pillow for them
  14 answers
  • Alicia Good-Coveyou Alicia Good-Coveyou on Jan 01, 2014
    i think joann fabrics, if you have a store near you, or even check out resale shops, buy used ones and strip the fabric off for just the padding, even cut a larger one :)

  • Mary Mary on Jan 01, 2014
    I found out early on to always keep the foam in outdoor cushions. I've even got some from neighbors. This foam, I think, is very expensive when you have to purchase it not to mention the cost of outdoor fabric. I've purchased it at fabric stores in our area, Hancock Fabric and JoAnn's. I've never looked at Hobby Lobby but they might also carry it.

  • Debbie Harris Debbie Harris on Jan 02, 2014
    Most fabric stores sell foam padding. and you cut it to the size that you need. JoAnns, Hancock Fabrics or check your local fabric or outdoor furniture stores.

  • Ginny Bogart Ginny Bogart on Jan 02, 2014
    I think Joann Fabrics sells the padding that you're looking for. If not, try the larger stores that sell fabric and upholstery.

  • Debra Debra on Jan 02, 2014
    JoAnn fabrics sell the type of pads you are looking for

  • Elaine Simmons Elaine Simmons on Jan 02, 2014
    I wanted to make an indoor cushion and as I was reading something here on hometalk, someone asked where a good source would be for foam to make a cushion for their built in bench below their bay window. A person answered that she could go to Joanns or to Hancocks but it would be much cheaper to order a convoluted mattress pad and put two together so that the "bumps" face each other (they should be glued with spray glue). I checked the price of them and it was only $15 for a twin size which was more than enough for my needs.

  • Hazel Shefton Hazel Shefton on Jan 02, 2014
    Thank you very much. This seems like a very good solution. Hazel Shefton Charleston, SC

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  • Nancy Gramm Nancy Gramm on Jan 03, 2014
    I live in the country, whereas you appear to live in the city. Big difference, The only place to buy fabric out here is Walmart, which carries neither fabric nor foam meant for outdoors. Last summer, I wanted lumbar pillows to accent my patio chair cushions so I found some inexpensive outdoor fabric from Etsy. Then I faced the dilemma of finding stuffing for them. What I found online was more expensive than I wanted to pay. One day, I stumbled on some cheap, cheap outdoor throw pillows at the Dollar store. They were u-ugly, but I only wanted the innards, and I only had to buy a few for the size I wanted, Worked perfectly! It was all one happy accident, which still makes me smile.

  • RayRay RayRay on Jan 03, 2014
    Call up the local furniture reupholstering stores and ask if they have any scraps. I've made many large pieces with their left overs.

  • Jacqueline Jacqueline on Jan 03, 2014
    I did same to mine last year at end of season..I found the random cushions on sale at Walmart were cheaper than buying the foam inserts at Joanne's. Then I just bought fabric and recovered them all to match..all for under $100.

  • Hazel Shefton Hazel Shefton on Jan 03, 2014
    Nancy, thanks for your response. I like your ideas. I live on an island, James island that is a part of Charleston SC where there is a varieties of stores, Lowes, Home Depot, Hancock's, JoAnn's and of course Walmart. But, I appreciate the info on Dollar store.

  • Jeanette S Jeanette S on Jan 04, 2014
    I saw a post a few weeks ago that said to look at purchasing one of those 4" foam mattresses to cut up to size...you can probably find them on sale soon!