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Thread: A cover for the back of my chair

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    This morning the towel kept falling off the back of my chair so I thought (I can fix this)! So this is what I came up with. Tell me what you think:) I made the lap quilt too a few days ago:)

    My new sewing chair.
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    I think they look good together.
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    This chair has more back support. I hope it helps my back.
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    Cute, cute. I have a chair like that that I keep a towel on the seat and it is always sliding off. I need to do something about making a cover. Put that on my "to do" list.

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    Very nice, I love it. My children would call it a chair for a quilting queen.

    Merry Christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dphelps
    Cute, cute. I have a chair like that that I keep a towel on the seat and it is always sliding off. I need to do something about making a cover. Put that on my "to do" list.
    That is a good thought! I could turn that lap quilt into a fitted cover for the seat:) Or a pillow:)

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    Great idea.

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    Nice idea. Bet they keep you a little warmer also. :-)

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    That looks really comfy :) I sew on a hard, wooden piano bench, ouch, but it keeps me motivated to get work done (that's what I keep telling myself anyway, lol).

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    So cute and in my favorite red colors. Looks comfy. I am gonig to start sewing again in a bit. I was up till 4am and got up at 9. Feel wonderful.

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    I like it.

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    It's cute and every time you lean against it you'll be getting hugs from all those little pandas...Awwwww.

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