Have you ever thought something was a good idea – then it turned out not so good after all? That’s what happened to me when I made new cushions for our newish caravan. The cushions I made were OK, but didn’t quite have the look I was going for. I put up with not liking them for a few months, then decided enough was enough – they had to go. As I didn’t like my original fabric choice after all, I needed a rethink. What to do? Finally I had a light-bulb moment, and ordered some furnishing fabric from the factory in Hamilton where our caravan was built, as used in the caravan seating. After waiting weeks and weeks it finally arrived by courier, and I remade the caravan cushions.
So I cut, and stitched, and got them all together. I’m rather pleased with how they turned out, and being made from the same heavy fabric as the seating, I think they look very smart. What do you think?
And these are the first cushions I made. Which do you like better? Please choose version two!
The original cushion covers – now replaced by those above