In some of the shops I worked for used a heavy batting they just wrapped it around then put the new cover on. if this don't stay in place, do a couple of hand stitches
Thank you for the info!
Hmmm...is the back side plain? If so, could you turn it around? Or I think foam would do the trick as Linda has suggested...
Unfortunately the piping design is on both sides. Thank you for your suggestion though. Sharon
There is an upholstery batting which I use and if your not able to find it you can use 1/2 inch foam. Linda
Are you able to machine stitch the upholstery batting so as to make a pillow cover? If you use foam, how do you keep it in place without attaching it to the pillow underneath? I do not want to harm the original pillow fabric. Thank you for your suggestions,
Spray adhesive would work great.
yes you can stitch on the batting and the foam, just use longer stitches and some odd fabric for the backing mainly on the foam. I've made pillow covers out of both of them and stuffed them with poly fill for floor mats for the kids.
Thank you all. Great ideas!
Here is a pic of the cushion I am making a slipcover for.