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These look fab! I guess you could sew the top (with a board for support) and not attach them to the bucket, and then at night you could just bring in the cushion top and leave the bucket outside. Or if you put a zip around the button, you could slide the wooden board into a pocket at the bottom. That way you could take it out and you'd have a cushion to throw on the settee in the evening, and a quick and easy outdoor seat for when friends come over.Andreahttp://dressmakerelves.blogspot.com/
Thanks so much for the shoutout! I didn't even know I was featured here :)
Those are awesome - guess what I'm going to have to attempt now this summer... Thanks!
Too cute! Just wanted to say too that I love links along the right side of the website to quickly get to all the patterns from May.
I am a real sucker for an ottoman. I have a turkish one and am impressed with how versatile it is as a piece of furniture. Thanks for the ideas.Lyndawww.ubersavyy.blogspot.com
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