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Thread: Quilted Recliner Slipcover Tutorial in PDF

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    Thank you so much for this PDF! I really, really appreciate the tutorial.

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    Thanks for this. I have an ancient recliner that my parents bought new in 1947. It is so old it doesn't even have a handle to go back, you just lean heavily on the back, and back you go. My husband and I had it recovered in 1980, and now it needs it again, plus we have one which we got off Craigs list. Very comfortable, but someone tried to vacuum it, and got 2 or 3 small holes (fingernail size) in the seat, so this will cover that nicely. Thanks loads.

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    Thank you sew much for sharing this tutorial. Lots of ideas swirling in my head...

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    Thanks for the information. I am so tired of throwing a blanket on the recliner.

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    Thankyou, Thankyou for putting inPDF.....
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    Thank you for the clear and readable instructions. The pictures really helped. Thank you.
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    Thank you for this tutorial. I recently got a new lift chair and the color is lighter than I really wanted. This should work well to keep it clean but I'm thinking of trying your idea but with polar fleece. I am unable to handle quilting large pieces like the back and seat piece but thik your measurements will help me get a good fit.
    Thankful to still be here.Someone upstairs must still have a plan for me.

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    Recliner slipcover

    Thank you so much for the detailed instructions. I can now cover my husband's old recliner. He loves that old chair and refuses to part with it.

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    Thanks very much for this wonderful tutorial - it is something i have tried and given up on a couple of times. ONE DAY i would like to try again and with your instructions, it will be perfect.

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    Thanks! I was in the pondering phase of doing something like this, and you have taken all the stress out of it for me!!

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