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Thread: Quilted Recliner Slipcover Tutorial

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    Senior Member Pollytink's Avatar
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    Thank you SO much! This is amazing....YOU are amazing!!! I really want to make this for my chair.....am struggling with getting meds started for FMS and Arth and everything hurts! But I want this so much that I'll use your wonderful tute for inspiration and motivation. And how wonderful that you did a separate pdf for us!! You are an angel!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepolyparrot View Post
    What a great idea! My recliner is leather - and it's beige like half the stuff in the house. In the summer, it's hot and sticky and in the winter, it's cold and won't warm up. If I make one of these, it solves all the problems with it because I will make it in burgundy red and gold!

    I might even add some pockets on the arms to hold the remotes and my sewing stuff!

    Thank you - you're very clever and talented - and generous to share your idea, too.
    Polly parrot,
    If you add pockets for remotes etc. make sure the side they are not in is well anchored. I made some and put pockets both sides to try and level weight. Why not put a pincushion on top as well for pins when sewing so you don't ruin the leather.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Great idea!! My husband sits in his leather recliner a lot and keeps an old sheet thrown over it. This will be so much better!! Thank you for posting this.

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    Wow, this is great, am going to have to do this, when I get ambious.

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    thank you sewbee i could sure use this tutorial ,my husband just got a new recliner chair for father,s day
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    This tutorial is ingenious! Thanks for sharing & for all the pics!!
    "Some people have bunches of WIPs (works in progress) and UFOs (unfinished objects)....I prefer to think of them as PhDs (Projects Half Done)!!" ~Elena Boen
    "Just keep in mind that your function here is to have fun and not to be someone else's interior decorator! So ... go forth and have fun!" ~Krystyna
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    Thank you thank you you have no idea how bad i needed a pattern for that

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    I don't know which I like better ... the fabulous tutorial or the lovely dachshund that is sitting on the chair. I will be printing this out for future reference. Thanks

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