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Thread: Has anybody seen a pattern for making one of these?

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    Power Poster ManiacQuilter2's Avatar
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    Has anybody seen a pattern for making one of these?

    I finally was gifted with some upholstery fabric and I want to make one of these for my small EZ Boy recliner so I am now looking for a pattern.
    www.qvc.com/Sure-Fit-Reversible-Faux-SuedeSherpa-Recliner-Furniture-Cover.product.H203784.html?sc=H203784-SRCH&cm_sp=VIEWPOSITION-_-3-_-H203784&catentryImage=http://images.qvc.com/is/image/h/84/h203784.001?$uslarge$
    I am thinking of making it like a quilt with a backing and batting but hopefully no binding. Any suggestion will be appreciated. Not complicated because I am disable.
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    Not exactly the same but good pictures here. http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...l-t175143.html

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    That is cool Thimblebug, thanks for digging it up for us to look at. I admit it does look rather cozy. But my recliner is a killer....lol I can sit in it and before I know it I have been taken away by the sandman.
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    I've made two of them, different sized chairs. Just use a measuring tape and make your own. Cut the foot rest to over the headrest. Then seat to over the arm rests and sew those to the long piece.

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    There is one that goes over the seat and arms on Moda's Bake Shop, but I've not seen one that goes up over the back.
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    I am getting ready to make one for a couch. I am making on with a lounger attached. My plan is measure the back, seating part and then add the lounger part. Keep in mind I will also have to add the arms to the seating portion. There are multiple ways to do the covers. I will keep all informed when I start this project.
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    I have seen them but never made one. Seems it would not be too hard to do.

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