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Thread: Covered my Kitchen Chairs

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    I couldnt stand the beige fabric, It was ugly!

    so I got some new fabric at Hancocks and went crazy, i am making matching curtains.

    BEFORE - DIRTY AND UGLY!
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    OOH LALA CLASSY !
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    Great job! Looks like brand new chairs!

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    Very nice!

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    They do look like new chairs!! Very nice job!

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    You did a great job. I love to recover my chairs every now and then.

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    Now only If I could recover my old big blue couch.

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    Great job!!!

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    They look so smart! Good job!

    Karen xx

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    great job, can't wait to see your kitchen curtains!

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    Wow, that dressed those up so pretty. Great job.

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    Wow, what a terrific change. Great job

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    Our butts need a change from time to time .Great job :-P :!:

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    Great job!

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    Looks really fantastic! A whole different look... :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great job.

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    Great job. Now I wanna see the curtains!

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    My chair bottom looks like your old one, guess I need to get busy. I love re-doing chair seats, makes everything look new again! Good job.

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    OOOH I LIKE IT ,VERY NICE JOB

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    wow a world of difference!! They look gorgeous

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    That looks awesome! What a difference- much classier!

    (I need to do this, too. I have 4 and 6 yr old boys... I don't think even the dog should be allowed on our chairs.)

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    Very pretty! I need to do that again....

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    Great job! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Wow, what a difference. Good job. Reminds me of many, many years ago when we bought the house we raised our kids in. We remodeled the kitchen, put down kitchen carpet in there (would never do that again)which had some large flowers and a gingham check pattern (sounds weird but was pretty). I decided I wanted to cover our chairs to match, so I copied the pattern from the carpet and did four needlepoint chairs to match the carpet. Took a long time, but was fun.

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    What a difference. Really like that fabric. Truly very sophisticated.

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    Love them!

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