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Thread: Quilted Batik Chair Cover

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    I love your chair and fabric. I have a few pieces that I have not been able to part with that are
    in need of a facelift... may i ask how difficult you found this project and also what tools you
    used to complete your awesome chair..........thanks, robin

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    Just a beautiful job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    How did you do this. I think this is a fantastic way to make a cover for your couch and chair. I have a pair of chairs that I would love to redo. Maybe I could do this. Is there a pattern you used or your own personal made one?
    Pat
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    How cool is that!!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Love it, beautifully done

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    Quote Originally Posted by homecaregiver View Post
    How did you do this. I think this is a fantastic way to make a cover for your couch and chair. I have a pair of chairs that I would love to redo. Maybe I could do this. Is there a pattern you used or your own personal made one?
    Pat
    Pat, Sorry for the slow response. There was no pattern. I went online Did you get my text about the Dickens fair?and looked at similar products and then just made a quilt sandwich and quilted it and then bound it. it is basically a long rectangle for the back, seat and front, and then rectangles for the arm pieces. You just have to measure your furniture as you go.

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