I am in the middle of building a garden furniture set for my new bee and butterfly garden - my first lock down project.
One chair has been made and the process and details can be found here: https://arwensmeanderings.blogspot.com/2020/11/how-to-build-kentucky-stick-chair.html
Each chair needs two cushions - one big and one smaller.
Using a sewing machine is a new learning experience for me but I've managed to work it out with a bit of help from the boss.
I measured out the fabric 49 cm square - two pieces. I cut them using pinking scissors so that the edges wouldn't fray. The trick, I soon discovered, is to pin the two squares together at all times. And the other trick is to sew the cushions inside out and then when finished turn them back out the right way.
And so here is the first of the cushions. I think the fabric is very appropriate for garden cushions.