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I love the fabric, that was a great find! I made a cover for my desk chair
after seeing this one.


Great make-over!!
Love the choice of fabric. Really summmerly and happy.
Instead of doing the same thing myself I bought another chair. A pretty French chair. But my butt has troubles sometimes :) haha


You are so making me get off my rear end and do something with my sewing chair. Nice fabric.


I made covers for my sewing room chairs last August. I used Amy Butler fabric. I don't know how to link in comments but you can check my archives.


Great idea - Love the fabric! Our chair by the computer desperately needs a "make-over". I'll have to consult with the husband on the fabric though, it's highly unlikely he'll plant his bottom on anything too "flowery".


Oh my goodness, I have that exact same paisley. I bought it at a thrift store about two years ago, a big huge piece, and had no idea where it came from. I love it and have used it in all sorts of projects!

the farmers wife

No, but I need to. My sewing chair is a wooden thing and I really need to create a cushioned seat. Thanks for giving me a push in the right direction!

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

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