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March 01, 2012


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Great tutorial with easy to follow instructions! Thank you for sharing at Potpourri Friday!


Wow I Love the tutorial. Thank you for sharing.

kay Simpson

Been looking for an easy way to do this to my sewing chair. Can the dropcloths be died with something like RIT Dye?

Terry Moore

this is so exciting to see. Thanks for the tutorial.


Can I just say right now that I LOVE YOU????? I have seen tutorials that explain, but I LOVE LOVE LOVE how you SHOWED us. Thank you for taking the time! You have now made my mind up for me to redo what I had purchased fabric for and was too chicken to do. LOL Thanks a million! THAT CHAIR IS AWESOME!


Beautiful job and great tutorial!

Kim @ vintagepretties

You make it look so easy! What a great tutorial.


Thanks for noting the brand / where the drop cloths were purchased. I've been Pinning drop cloth projects and purchased some thinking I'd give it a try, but they just had a horrible stink and the texture was unpleasant too ... maybe I'll check out the type you used. And I'll definitely be back for part II of this great post!

Suzy @ Worthing Court

This is a great tutorial - concise and easy to understand. I've been afraid to tackle a slipcover, but I have GOT to put my big girl panties on and give it a whirl! Looking forward to part 2!

mrs c.

great tutorial - can't wait for the next instalment.
cheryl xox.


Thank you so much for sharing this, I am featuring it tomorrow at my party!


wow, great job! I'm such a klutz at this type of thing. Your tutorial is so helpful, I'm going to have to study this, thanks so much for linking up to VIF!

katie @ on the banks of squaw creek

This is amazing. I LOVE box pleats! I reupholstered 1 of 2 matching chairs, decided it was too hard, and never finished the 2nd!

Tisha @ Delectable Home

Nice tutorial. I love how these turned out! Thanks for linking up.


Thank you for sharing these instructions!


I love this tutorial! I am finally not afraid to give it a try. No pressure, but is there a part 2 yet? If so, can you put up a link? If not, I'll try to figure it out by myself. I think the top part looks like the hardest, so thank you!

Chair Covers for Wedding

Chair Cover is important that you use as a decoration to have to slipcover a slipper chair. Having beautifully decorated chairs adds to the grand look to your occasion.


So informative things are provided here, I am really happy to read this post, I was just I agree with you. You should continue to write new comments. Thank you


Your instructions are so amazing! The best tutorial I've come across in a very long time. I just purchases two red slipper chairs with the ideal that I would have them recovered.The cost to expensive, my next thought was to make slipcovers myself granted I haven't sewn in a very long time. So we weill see......Brea

bonnie borgman

Great instructions! Just finished mine and am patting myself on my back!!


What size piping did you use? I love the way yours looks and I don't want to get one too big or small.

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