McKay Church Goods has many styles of pew cushions for your church pews. Email us your needs. Available in hundreds of fabrics and several styles.
Your Pew Form Cushions will maintain their handsome appearance because the fabric is streched four ways to prevent wrinkling.
Quality materials like Absecon Mills® and heavy-duty Scotchgard(TM) treated Chatham® fabrics, high density polyurethane foam padding and durable lauan plywood base combine to assure long lasting comfort, durability and attractive appearance.
You can choose from hundreds of upholstery fabrics and colors. Optional features include notched or rounded corners, tufted buttons and, for more comfort, modular seat backs can also be installed.
Drop front cushions available. Best of all, no installation is required, simply lay them in place. Permanent installation is also available.
Reversible cushions also available. These reversible pew cushions combine quality workmanship and tailored appearance with the utility of removable zippered coverings.
They can be made in virtually any length and can even be made in perfectly curved sections as shown above.
We can help with all the necessary measuring and pattern making. We are responsible for the correct fit and sizing.
Standard padding is 2″ thick. Thicker padding is available if you prefer. Tufted buttons and beveled front edges are optional on all cushions.
Standard Features: reversible covers with full-length zippers; hundreds of fabrics to choose from, all commercial grade 100% nylon or blends, Scotchgard(TM) treated; high density polyurethane foam padding formulated to your specifications.
Optional Features:Notched, angled or rounded corners; tufted buttons; welting is optional on reversible cushions, but standard on modular cushions.
Also shown is a document from Absecon Mills (the supplier of Sherpa/Shire fabric, among others) showing their recommendations for disinfecting against Covid-19.
Hopefully this may help ease the minds of those concerned as to whether to move forward with cushion/fabric projects, or perhaps fears as they begin to reopen.