Pillows on your deep seating patio chairs have begun to show signs of wear. The substance may fade from sitting in the sun or raining for a couple of years. The foam itself has started to sink. You can pay a lot of money to get commercially made pillows, or you can take the case on your own, pull yourself out of the sewing machine and make your own. Use a fabric that is designed for outdoor use to get the most wear out of your pillows.
Instructions to make a deep seating patio chairs: Measure width, length, and height of patio pillows. If you have a chair that has both a seat and a back pillow, measure the dimensions of both pillows.
Cut two rectangles of fabric measuring the width of the seat cushion plus one inch for the seam of the length of the seat cushion plus one inch for the seam area for a long time. For a 20-inch-of-20-inch pillow, cut two 21-inch-of-21-inch panels. Cut two panels of fabric measuring the height of the pillow plus one inch for a seam, width plus the length of the pad, plus one inch for the seam. These will besides the pillow. For a 4-inch-high pillow that is 20 inches square, cut two 5-inch-41-inch panels. If your chair also has a back pillow, cut two squares of fabric, measure the width of the back pillow plus 1 inch for the seam area in width of length plus 1 inch for the seam area for a long time. Also cut two panels of fabric measure the height of the back pillow plus one inch for the seam area, width plus length, plus one inch for seam area, back cushion.
Cut a piece of fabric for hinge between seat and back cushions if necessary. You can skip this step if the deep seating patio chairs have only a seat cushion. Hinge fabric should measure the length of the seat cushion by 6 inches.