How do u cover a ripped patio swing seat?

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  • Krystle Hayes Krystle Hayes on Jun 14, 2017
    What about Duck Tape? It comes in so many different patterns, maybe you could find a pattern you really like and redo the intire swing in Duck tape. It would cover the rip and keep it from tearing more all while giving your swing a whole new look.

  • Bgoncalves5670 Bgoncalves5670 on Jun 14, 2017
    My daughter removed hers and bought nylon rope , pretty inexpensive stuff and weaved it on the seat . It turned out great and colorful. Sitting on it is also comfortable. We add some throw pillows so the whole thing looks brand new. It was 16 years old . Painted the frame a new bright color and you would never known it's age.

  • Suzette Suzette on Jun 14, 2017
    Hi Paulette, here's a video that may help! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQnPp9B0KUM

    Good luck!

  • Jill Jill on Jun 14, 2017
    Paulette,
    You can replace the ripped material with traditional furniture webbing. This may last longer than the original material!

  • Monica Monica on Jun 14, 2017
    If the seat will still hold weight, stitch the rip, then buy a vinyl (cotton backed) table cloth and use to cover the entire seat to hide the stitch. Allows you to change the look for holidays, seasons or special occasions for next to nothing in cost!