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Camper Cushion Fabric
#1
Hi!

I am making my own cushions for the conversion, using a foam (as yet undecided, any help). What fabric would be best for the cushions: durable enough but also nice to sleep on? 

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#2
Have a look at this thread it may be of use to you https://www.berlingoforum.com/thread-16358.html
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#3
Here's what I used:
[Image: Camper_39.jpg]
This is a 3" deep foam, with 2" of firm foam and 1" of soft memory foam on top. I can recommend it for comfort.

And here's a pic of it upholstered:
[Image: Camper_71.jpg]
That's polyester cotton - curtain type material, and it's perfect for my needs.

Hope that helps.
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#4
Id second poly cotton as a choice, Ive used a mix of curtain fabric and upholstery fabric, but a heavy weight poly cotton should give you the sturdyness you need but also feel cool and not claggy to the touch.
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