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custom sewing service to sew sunbrella cushions/covers

Posted by homey_bird (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 18, 13 at 22:39

I am posting this question at this board in the hope that I will get recommendations for reliable online vendors or in SF Bay Area and around.

I am seeking information/recommendations for a reliable and reasonably priced custom sewing business that will sew 10 outdoor sunbrella cushion covers OR cushions (including foam fill and batting plus cover) for me, for the sizes that I provide, for my outdoor furniture. If only covers, I can purchase the thread and fabric or select the fabric online and have it shipped. Alternatively, I am open to the company/person purchase the materials and threads for me.

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RE: custom sewing service to sew sunbrella cushions/covers

I think your best bet would be to check with a shop that sells upholstery fabrics.They usually have lists of people that do that sort of stuff.At least the ones down here in s.Calif do.They usually don't recommend anyone person,they give you the list and then it's up to you to check them out and see what kind of work they do,get references and that sort of stuff.HTH.

RE: custom sewing service to sew sunbrella cushions/covers

I had some Sunbrella bench cushions sewn for my indoor use in a sunny window by the folks at Ethan Allen furniture store.

RE: custom sewing service to sew sunbrella cushions/covers

If you havn't done this yet,Joann's fabrics has the sunbrella fabric 1/2 off this weekend.Go to the site and have a looky see.

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