Reupholstering a Nursery Rocker

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com

 

I recently recovered these outdated cushions for my sister-in-law to surprise her while she was in the hospital recovering from a c-section:

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
My brother-in-law had repainted her black and adding these new cushions completed the whole pink, black and white nursery look for my new niece!

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
The easiest way to recover foam cushions is to use a seam ripper to remove the old covers and use them as your pattern….then you’ll get a perfect fit!

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
I carefully removed each cushion cover and pinned each piece to the new fabric to cut out an identical piece:

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
I marked any pleats with my disappearing ink pen….

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
….and then pinned them into place.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Matching the pleats, I place the two pieces for this particular cushion together and then sewed all the way around the edges leaving the back open to re-insert the cushion.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Here is the finished bottom cushion turned right side out:

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
To close the backside of the cushion…

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
……I turned the edges inward on the backside of the cushion, pinned the together and used a blind stitch to close.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Some cushions are made of multiple pieces and are slightly more difficult….but if you break the cushions down into pieces you can easy recover them as well. Just approach each cushion as its own project!

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
You can see how this one had two pieces:

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
I left the cover on the top piece (the piece with all the fancy stitching):

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
I simply stitched any indentations into the cover…..

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
……by just adding a stitch through the new fabric and straight through the foam, knotting the thread in the back of the cushion.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Here you can see the stitched indentations. Then I basted the edges of the zebra fabric to the edges of the original cushion cover using a needle and thread.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
I laid the 2nd piece of the cushion cover on top of the one just finished…….

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
……..and pinned the edges together.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Then I carefully sewed the edges together (a little awkward with the thinner cushion attached….but go slowly and it works fine).

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Turned the pieces right side out and then inserted the other foam piece.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
I didn’t want to have to buy new hardware for the straps that attach the cushion to the chair….so I made tiny sleeves for them….

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
….and opened up a small area on the back of the cushion with a seam ripper to slide each strap into place and then resewed the cushion shut.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
For these side pieces, I didn’t want to mess with the hardware either, so I made slipcovers for them. I just traced the pieces, added seam allowance…..

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
….and then stitched the sides together. I just serged the ends to finish since they were hidden once attached to the chair.

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Finished cushions! Better than new because they were custom!

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Perfectly coordinated nursery:

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com
Even the name painting I made my sweet niece Cari before she was born matches!

How to recover / reupholster a nursery rocker via lilblueboo.com

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  1. 1
    KennaWilde says:

    What an adorable room!

  2. 2
    Amy says:

    What an amazingly timely tutorial! I just spent a half hour scrubbing chocolate out of my beige rocking chair cover (looks just like the one you did). Time to recover–they shouldn't make rocking chairs in light colors. Thanks!

  3. 3
    Lesley Valentine says:

    You are brilliant! Thank you so much. I have been trying to wrap my brain around attempting something like this. Thank you!!

  4. 4
    Shari and Amber says:

    I always thought you were a little bit crazy, now I know you are a lot crazy ;) haha! JK! But seriously, the time and dedication to doing it and photographing it…well, just plain amazing!!! You ROCK!

  5. 5
    Attilio says:

    how so pretty…you're reminding me of when my parents got me a wicker relaxing chair for my room (aged 21 – loooong time ago!) i then did new covers to match my curtain, duvet cover etc. the same chair has now moved with me to my marital home and soon i will be revaming the cushions AGAIN to match the childrens room,as that is our next imminent project! hopefully the kids will love it as much as i did!
    becky

  6. 6
    Kestlyn says:

    How beautiful that turned out! My mom and I used the same method to recover a $10 chair for my first apartment. If you have someone to work with it makes the job lots of fun! I hope your SIL loves her refashioned room :)

  7. 7
    ForeverYou says:

    My dream nursery! Great Job Ash! Super and amazing!

  8. 8
    crystal_crtr2 says:

    How long did this take you total? My grandma's Birthday is Feb 14th and I think it would be an awesome gift for her if I redid her rocker. She has one similar to your sister's. Is that just regular cotton fabric or special upholstery fabric?

  9. 9
    SAMZE says:

    Amaaaaazzzzing! Have been thinking about doing this myself with cushions for our rattan chairs and trying to figure it out in my head. Thank you soooo much for sharing this tutorial–it is sooo helpful. You are so amazing and generous to share your creativity with us. That room looks fabulous! Thanks again! :)

  10. 10
    Rachel@oneprettything.com says:

    That's gorgeous! What a lucky SIL. Thanks so much for sharing the process with us, I'll be linking.

  11. 11
    Mommafo says:

    You rock!

  12. 12
    Melanie says:

    time to hit up the fabric store? Yes indeed.

  13. 13
    Ashley says:

    Crystal, it took me about 3 to 4 hours….wasn't too bad!

  14. 14
    Lynne says:

    Fantastic! It looks gorgeous!

  15. 15
    Skooks says:

    These kind of projects intimidate me sometimes, but I think the end result looks to be well worth the effort. Great job! This summer I'm going to be doing something similar when I make new couch cushion covers for my mother-in-law. :)

  16. 16
    Just Rhonda says:

    Holy stinking cute!!! that painting is AWESOME too!!!!

  17. 17
    Jo Archer says:

    What a fab and funky room. The rocker looks amazing. You have inspired me to finally re-do my the seat pads on my kitchen chairs. A project long over due!

  18. 18
    margaret says:

    great job! i love it!

  19. 19
    Tanya says:

    Excellent job! I need to redo the one in my dd's room. It was one of my first sewing projects and I'm embarrassed everytime someone sees it!!

  20. 20
    Kathleen says:

    That is amazing! I wish you were my sister-in-law. :)

    Thanks for the tutorial. I have a chair in mind that I'd love to redo like this.

  21. 21
    Katie says:

    Ashley, you never cease to impress me. Seriously. Could you please post next on how to reupholster my couch? I think I could handle the seat cushions, but I'm a little worried (freaked, actually) about the back and sides. Or, you know, you could just use my couch as an example for a tutorial or something if you want. :) Great job on the chair!

  22. 22
    Amber says:

    Wow! This transformation makes a great statement! :) It's so bold! How fun!

  23. 23
    Adrianna says:

    Wow how cute!

  24. 24
    The Sewing Dork says:

    Nice job! I wish I was that focused.

  25. 25
    Amy says:

    how perfect1 I just adore this idea to make it so personal!

  26. 26
    Infarrantly Creative says:

    Oh my love. Zebra? HOW girly and fabulous. I know I don't comment much but I LOVES YOUR SITE. Here is two chairs I redid…

    http://infarrantlycreative.blogspot.com/2009/04/big-boy-glider-remake.html

    http://infarrantlycreative.blogspot.com/2008/10/from-boy-to-girl.html

    Your pictures and choice of fabric blows mine out of the water!

  27. 27
    Heather Feather says:

    Great detailed how-to! Super cute!

  28. 28
    Melissa says:

    Wow! You have done it again… inspirering me to try something I wouldn't have other wise.

  29. 29
    Helen190390 says:

    wow! so gorgeous! although i have no need anymore for a rocker chair, i may just have go on a search for a chair to re-upholster!!

    love your blog!

    hollie-in-bloom.blogspot.com

    helen x

  30. 30
    MCH PHOTOGRAPHY says:

    Awesome rocker! You make it look so simple

  31. 31
    casserole says:

    This looks fabulous!! I'm lovin' the zebra print with the black paint!

    I blogged your tutorial over at Craft Gossip Sewing:
    http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-recover-nursery-rocker-cushions/2010/02/09/

    –Anne

  32. 32
    thewinkingfrog says:

    It looks wonderful! Thanks for the instructions – now I can attempt mine, which has migrated to the living room and really needs freshening up.

  33. 33
    kermiefrg says:

    You make it look so easy! What a great transformation!

  34. 34
    banuca says:

    Congratulations… This is really a professional craft and you are really practised, perfect…

  35. 35
    Mauri says:

    Thanks so much for the tutorial!!!! I have always wanted to redo the fabric on my rocker cushions but haven't had the guts to tackle it. Now that I am pregnant with my fifth I think I might give it a go! So excited to get rid of that 90s dark green floral print! :)

  36. 36
    luvinthemommyhood says:

    Fab! Fab! Fab! Love this! You know I had to add this to our link luv roundup today…couldn't resist hun! http://bit.ly/d9rBZB

  37. 37
    Sheena says:

    Love…love…love it!! I need you to come live next door to me so that I could be inspired and you could teach me your ways:)

  38. 38
    dana says:

    Very cool Ashley. Who knew you did upholstery too?? Great job. Something I hope to tackle one day.

  39. 39
    Frugal Home Design says:

    That looks AWESOME! Great Job

  40. 40
    Lissie says:

    How beautiful and cool that turned out! :)

    Have a nice weekend!

  41. 41
    Heather :: AFD Jewelry :: says:

    Oh, how I wish I could actually *successfully* do this! We just moved Leila's rocker into the baby's room and I discovered that Leila went in there and drew all over it. Not cute.

    What a cute room!

  42. 42
    Krista Marie says:

    I love this tutorial. I had planned on doing something like this for my nursery I'm doing, but I wasn't exactly sure how to go about it. Thanks for the pictures!

    I linked to it on my blog:
    http://thedabblingcrafter.blogspot.com

  43. 43
    Heather says:

    hi! this is great, thank you!! i have that exact rocker and was JUST thinking about recovering it last week. perfect! quick question, how mnay yards of fabric did it take? thanks!

  44. 44
    Angela says:

    Hallelujah! I was googling this exactly and found your tutorial link on another blog. I have a customer who sent me her cushions to recover and I have been dreading doing this. I don't care for these kind of orders. I have new hope! May the sewing Gods bless you! Not only so helpful but so well done. Thankyou

  45. 45
    Patti D says:

    I'm a newcomer to your blog and I'm glad I found it. I have been hired to recover the same rocker. I have reupholstered before but I wanted to see if there was an easier way and I think you just showed me. THNX

  46. 46
    precious says:

    What a very nice and beautiful way to use old stuff. Thanks for the photos and the tips, too!
    dining table

  47. 47
    Sarah says:

    I love this SO much! Thank you for taking the time to document and post this!!!

  48. 48
    The Ericksons says:

    Wow! This looks great! Just wondering how much fabric was needed for this project? I have a glider in need of a redo and would like to know approx. how much fabric to buy BEFORE I rip it apart, LOL!

    • 49
      Meg says:

      I bought 5 yards to do mine, and could have done it with 3. But it never hurts to have too much!

      • 50
        Linds says:

        I am going to do it for the rocker in my baby’s room! (due Oct) What type of fabric did you use?

        • 51
          Meg says:

          I used light denim. The thicker the fabric, the more sturdy it will be so it really depends on how thick the cushions are (mine were SUPER thick foam, so had a lot of tension when sat on).

  49. 52
    vonFRINKenhagen says:

    I have a glider that has the same color cushions. I'm in a time crunch before baby gets here…how do you think dying the cushions would work? In a big tub? Sounds like a good idea in theory…

  50. 53
    vonFRINKenhagen says:

    I have a glider that has the same color cushions. I'm in a time crunch before baby gets here…how do you think dying the cushions would work? In a big tub? Sounds like a good idea in theory…

    • 54
      Linds says:

      Did you try this? I think I am going to! I think I will still seam rip the cushion on the backs, then dye and sew back on. Sounds like a good idea to me! Same situation here, altho I see your comment was a couple of years ago. =P

  51. 55
    keri says:

    You did a very good job on the nursery rocker! You are so patient with it by the way. I had never made something like that even if I love doing things with my hand.
    hardwood furniture

  52. 56
    kelsey says:

    I love it. I think I might tackle this…how much fabric did you need?

  53. 57
    Nicole Solomon says:

    Awesome! Hope to do the same thing on my glider. I would also like to know how many yards of fabric you used? Thanks!

  54. 58
    Barbara says:

    I plan to recover a rocker like you recovered for your niece’s room. The problem that I have is I don’t have the fabric that covered the back pad and seat pad. Do you have any idea how I can make a pattern from the foam back and seat so that they will fit nicely? I would really appreciate any help that you can give me. I have searched and searched and am having trouble finding any advice in recovering with out the orginial material to use as a pattern. Thank you, Barbara

  55. 59
    Marisa says:

    LOVING this tutorial! I just picked up an amazing rocking chair at a yard sale and was curious how I would replace the hardware portion–now I know how! Thanks a million!

    But one question–what type of fabric did you purchase for this project? Does it have to be something heavy?

    • 60
      Meg says:

      I don’t know if she’s answered your question of not but something heavy would be best. You can always do it in whatever you want, but a heavy fabric will hold up much better. I used a light denim fabric, but I’m thinking canvas would be better (I wanted a solid light grey color, and that wasn’t available in canvas). Before you use canvas, though, make sure your sewing machine is able to sew through it or you will regret it hours into hand stitching!

  56. 61
    Sal says:

    I am very thankful you created this tutorial. I had an idea in mind as to how to do this, but your step-by-step instructions are wonderful! Great room, by the way!

  57. 62
    Martine says:

    This tutorial was exactly what I was looking for! I’m convinced I just saved myself a lot of money. Thank you!

  58. 63
    Katie says:

    I am going to be recovering my glider cushions (although I think I’m going to make slipcovers rather than completely removing the old ones so that they’re easy to wash) but this was SUPER helpful! Thanks for taking the time to put it up.

  59. 64
    Vicki C says:

    Several people asked for the yardage for that fabric and I did not see your reply. I too would like to know–have promised to recover glider/rocker for good friend of my daughter whose second baby is due in April…
    Could you give the specifics about fabric type and wide and total yardage?
    Did you treat with Scotchguard?

    • 65
      Mary P says:

      I am wondering the same thing. My glider *really* needs to be recovered but I don’t want to start and run out of fabric, but buying a bunch of heavy weight fabric can get expensive too.

      • 66
        Meg says:

        Don’t know if you had your question answered or not, but something heavy would be best. You can always do it in whatever you want, but a heavy fabric will hold up much better. I used a light denim fabric, but I’m thinking canvas would be better (I wanted a solid light grey color, and that wasn’t available in canvas). Before you use canvas, though, make sure your sewing machine is able to sew through it or you will regret it hours into hand stitching!

        I bought 5 yards to do mine in because I was sure I was going to mess it up and then not be able to get fabric. I could have done it with 3 yards. Light denim fabrics sell for $12.99/yd and canvas for $10.99/yd at JoAnn fabrics (and they ALWAYS have 40%-50% off coupons on email, in their ads, and I’m assuming on their website! I paid $32 for 5 yds of denim).

  60. 67
    Jenni says:

    I would like to know the total yardage that you used to cover your cushions.
    Could you also give the specifics about fabric type?
    Did you treat with Scotchguard?

  61. 68
    Cathy says:

    Hi Ashley,

    We picked up a glider a few weeks ago. It desperately needs reupholstering. I washed the cushion which helped, but it I want to make new ones soon. However, I like the dimensions of the ones you made. Do you by any chance have the measurements for the fabric and cushions?

    Thanks,
    Cathy

  62. 69
    jules says:

    Hi,

    Just what I was looking for–thanks! Quick question–how did you expose the hardware for the arm cushions without tearing a hole in the slipcover?

    Thanks!

  63. 70
    Shawna says:

    This is so awesome. You give me inspiration.

  64. 71
    Katelyn Made says:

    Awesome! I bought my glider off Craigslist for $45 and recovered it myself:

    http://katelynmade.blogspot.com/2012/04/before-after-diy-glider-reupholstery.html

  65. 72
    Ali B. says:

    I love this tutorial! I have a super comfy glider/rocker that I now use in my bedroom as a quiet reading spot but HATE the light blue denim-ish material it’s in. I’ve been meaning to recover it and this tut is going to help me do that!! One question that I didn’t seem to see anywhere was how much material did you initially start out with?? I am always worried about overbuying or underbuying material at the store for a project! I was thinking…. 3-4yards? Or is that too much??

  66. 73
    Meg says:

    I’m doing this with a yard-sale purchased glider right now…already painted it and did the foot stool! I had a question for you on the back cushion–is the creme color of it the original OUTER fabric of the backpiece? Or is it just the fabric for the cushion itself (that was underneath the outer cover)? The backpiece on mine is the same way with the decorative sewing and I’m terrified to rip the seam of it to find that it’s just stuffing and no case underneath, but the outer fabric is a corduroy fabric so if I cover it with the new denim fabric it will look different than the rest of the cushions!

  67. 74
    Sophia says:

    Wow, this was so helpful! It took me 4 hours to cover just the seat cushion, but I am new to sewing and took my time, following your instructions step-by-step! The seat turned out awesome!! I have 2 questions if you can help-
    1. My seat back cushion is all batting, no foam pad! Should I still take the front and back covers apart and do the same thing I did with the seat, then restuff with batting, or is there a better option? I’m afraid I won’t be able to restuff it evenly…no one wants a lumpy back cushion!
    2. How did you sew the side cushions so that the hardware was still exposed and able to clasp, but the original cover was covered?

    Thanks again for the awesome tutorial! I’m hopeful I can finish this project before our son arrives in about a month from now! :)

  68. 75
    Sophia says:

    Thanks for this tutorial! I reupholstered my glider following your steps for the seat and back cushions. Then I had a good handle on how to attack the arm rests and ottoman! I linked your blog on my post. Thanks again! :)

  69. 76
    Hafsa says:

    Hi,
    Your tutorial was awesome! I used it to reupholster my nursery glider and it turned out amazing. Here’s what it ended up looking like: http://www.nomadmommy.com/2012/09/26/odn-re-upholstering-the-glider/

    I did love your choice of fabric :)

  70. 77
    AllyL says:

    I just have a question about the back cushion. I took off the old fabric and there was only one cushion not two. I am having a difficult time figuring out how to stitch the detail in the middle of it so it will fit tight and nicely. Any ideas?
    Thanks a bunch,
    Ally

  71. 78
    Kristy says:

    I am in love with this tutorial. I am going to pick up my glider from a friend tomorrow and I will start this immediately after. This is going to be my all time favorite project when it is done. I can’t wait to get going on it.

  72. 79

    So happy I found your website! We just bought a glider and ottoman for $10
    It’s already in great condition but would love to recover it with some fun bright fabric! Thank you for such an easy step by step tutorial!!

  73. 80
    Tabitha says:

    So my boyfriend just brought home a glider that was given to him from a friend. It was free so I was VERY happy about that. But, it needed some love. The actual wood part of the rocker is in great condition but cushions were horrible. Stained and even some mold spots. I looked all over for replacement cushions but they were all to expensive for me. So in my search i came across a blog that mentioned this tutorial and it was all I needed to accomplish my goal. 28 weeks pregnant wasn’t the most comfortable project, but I am about half way through and I feel proud of myself for making the best of what I had. Thank you Ashley :)

  74. 81
    Dorris says:

    Just used this to update my nursery glider! Thanks so much for the great directions!

  75. 82
    Maria says:

    This sounds like exactly what I’ve been looking for. However….. none of the pictures came up. I’m reupholstering a rocker that I got when my son was born, 1971. It has been in contineous use and not a thing wrong with it, except it is straight out of the 70′s.
    If you can help me in any way, I’d be a happy camper,.
    Thanks, Maria

  76. 83
    barbara says:

    how much do you want if I send you the fabric? i love it but i dont know how to use a sewing machine lol

  77. 84
    Amy says:

    Great tutorial, thank you! I bought the same yellow rocker on Kijiji. It was stained and ugly. Here’s the “after” shot: http://instagram.com/p/eu2K6hwkCD/

  78. 85
    Cheri Torres says:

    OK! Well the only thing I know about sewing is how to sew a button back on…I am really loving the way you redid this nursery chair…How much would you charge to re do my cushions???

  79. 86
    Debbie says:

    So excited to find this. I am going to reupholster my cousins rocker. Her first baby is Due in December! Thanks for sharing!

  80. 87
    Erin says:

    This looks insanely good. I’m going to have to try it with one of my chairs.

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