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Thread: My Jazzy Snazzy Sewing Chair

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    My Jazzy Snazzy Sewing Chair

    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!Name:  IMG_2903.JPG
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    That is awesome! What a great rescue job!
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    Your chair is just too cute, plus you are recycling.

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    How neat is that !!! Awesome chair, thank you for sharing.

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    Very clever. one of a kind office chair.
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    Neat idea for your personalized chair!
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    Love it!! What a way to add WOW factor to sewing space!!
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    totally way cool

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    Well that certainly is Jazzy Snazzy. Love it!

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    What a great chair. Wonderful job.

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    nicely done
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    Definitely one of a kind!

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    That looks great. I especially love the legs.
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    very body will know it is a quilting chair.
    what a fun idea

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    That is cute!

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    Looks good.
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    It looks awesome!!!!

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    It turned out really nice. I have a chair like that and I've wondered about recovering the cushions. Was it hard to take apart and put back together. I often find that things come apart easy but the putting back together is where I get into trouble. Good job!

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    There is no mistaking your chair. I love it.

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    LOL it looks great!! Very inspiring. You did a wonderful job on it.
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    Love your "repurposing" job and such a great idea!

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    How cool is that! What a great idea.
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    What a great idea! Looks fantastic! Love it!!
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    Cool, what a way to recycle!!!!!
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    I was thinking about doing this to my office chair that I got on free cycle as the fabric is very worn and shiney. Not sure what they did to it but it looks like it is melted.

    I was also wondering if you took the cushions off to do it like reupholster or made like slip covers?
    Lisa

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