(They had seat cushions of course but we were eager to get started before the local artist got around to painting the picture)
The queen saw them and said "Those will be perfect!" So the queen and the duchess bought the fabric and headed back to the palace to start what they thought would be an easy project. The queen invited the help of a neighboring queen and world famous seamstress Queen Janean of Ono. All together they started measuring, cutting, and pinning
Side by side the queens worked constructing arm panels, making cushions, creating ruffles and more. And even when there fingers got pricked or there crowns fell askew they never got discouraged.
Meanwhile, the Duchess was busy pinning piping, cutting out panels and making trips into town. But the Duchess' most important job was to take care of the Prince.
The Prince had jobs of his own of course, he was to test the quality of the fabric, and keep the machinery in working order.
So for 4 days the royal family worked, stopping only to eat and sleep. They didn't even mind it when the castle got a little messy for the end was in sight.
When all the sewing was done, and all the thread in the castle had been used up, this is what they ended up with...