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Thread: Quilted Computer Chair Cover

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    Super Member gabeway's Avatar
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    Really neat idea! Great job!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Thanks for all you input everyone. I will leave the arms as they are and finish off the seat. QuiltE- I never thought of scotch guarding it but that is a terrific idea. Thanks Working on a Carpenters Star today but will hopefully have the chair project finished by next week and will repost a finished picture. Thanks again all for your help.
    Have an awesome day!

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    Jenniky ... I've never used scotchguard, though I know many do. Research it first!
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    I agree with the others - leave the arms bare. I love your idea of quilt-covering the chair. I think I would add either elastic or draw-strings to the edges so you can tighten everything up for a more fitted look. TFS

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    They look really nice..

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    Definitely use Scotchgard. I love it and use it often. I made my husband a BBQ apron by appliqueing a hamburger on it and used Scotchgard very heavily, and he can still use it, even though it's been in the machine many times.

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