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mcgreenvegtables
Nov 2, 2004
Yum!

I have a loving west elm couch too, with a similar problem. The bottom cushions slide forward after sitting on them a while and the back cushions fall into the gap that opens up behind the bottom cushions. It was driving me nuts, so I recently sewed on velcro strips by hand. It wasn't that much of a pain, probably two hours of work all together.

The hardest part was the needle kept getting jammed up on the sticky adhesive on the back of the velcro strips I bought. I would highly recommend finding velcro without adhesive on the back. If I had that it would have taken 15 minutes instead of two hours.


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Pick
Jul 19, 2009



Nap Ghost

Hypothetically you could attach the Velcro with a Buttonneer (not normally a product I'd recommend but it has niche utility).

Six-Of-Hearts
Mar 17, 2009

"I want to break your heart, and give you mine."






If you dont end up using giant bolts, concrete mix, and a propane torch to "fix" that loving couch, i'm gonna be mighty dissapointed in you, OP.

Killstick
Jan 17, 2010


All you need to solve this problem is the proper tools:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn80EAikqjs#t=73s

Raldikuk
Apr 7, 2006

I'm bad with money and I want that meatball!

Get a refund op and if your significant other can't deal with that then kick them to the curb.

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