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Thread: My Jazzy Snazzy Sewing Chair

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    FUN! Great recycling! Don't you just LOVE Pinterest!!!?

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    I was wondering, my office chair has a big plastic back ... how do I get that off so I can recover the front???

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    Great job!

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    w.ould like more detail on how you did this

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    How cute, love the way you even cover the legs! Happy sitting and sewing, the chair should give you plenty of inspiration!

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    That is awesome...Love it...

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    Good job. One of a kind.
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    WOW...That is neat.

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    Interesting idea. Good job.

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    What a great idea. You've got the prettiest sewing chair around.

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    Sew creative!!! Good for you, you'll smile every day looking at this.
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    Fantastic! I love this, which is the perfect chair for sewing. You are so clever!

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    Very clever....it's so cute....i also am wondering if it's like a slip cover ......the leg covers are great
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    super job! great chair!
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    I love this, showed it to my dh and he immediately ask me to make him one like it, only he wants his to be outdoorsy. See what you started? lol Great job on recycling.

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    Fabulous chair! Great idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qltgrose View Post
    This was an old office chair I rescued from a prior job. I use it as a sewing chair. Decided the cover needed to be replaced and used some left over 9 patch swap blocks. Made leg covers because one leg had a sharp spot on it. Got my inspiration from Pinterest!Attachment 422172
    What a great idea, I need to do something with left over blocks -- now you have given me inspiration, thank you.

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    too cool!!!!

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    Oh, I love it. I will have to do mine lol.

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    This is really cute and functional.

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    sew cute











    ! loved to do that! did the cushions come off??

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    Awesome addition to your sewing room. Good job.

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    That's adorable! I'd like to know how you did it, too...I have 3 chairs in my sewing room that need some serious help!

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    Also, what size squares/strips did you use? And did you just velcro the leg portions on?

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    That's just too cute!
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