comments (2) January 4th, 2009 in gallery     

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Peg_in_virginia Peg_in_virginia, member
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I make my slipcovers by cutting and pinning-fitting a muslin half-pattern.  The skirtless hem stays put with hook and loop tape.   Extra fabric in the deck tucks into the crevices to give a smooth "upholstered" look.  A zipper on the vertical corner makes it easy to put on or remove.  The old cushion had to be discarded; I made a new 4" cushion with 2" foam scraps from a previous project.  About 8 yards of fabric was used for the cover and self piping.

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Comments (2)

Peg_in_virginia writes: Bo, thanks for your comment! I'm new to Craftstylish and still haven't figured it all out yet. It's good to connect!

Posted: 10:35 pm on February 6th
BoDyanDSouL writes: What a fabulous chair, love the fabric!
Posted: 4:33 am on January 26th
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