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“Love this Easy to follow instructions, adaptable for all sized Pretied up the dining room.”
This is the slipcover tutorial I wrote for One-Yard Wonders 2. If you don't want to wait a year for the book to come out, you can go ahead and get my tutorial here.
My chair is an IKEA HARRY. This tutorial will guide you through measuring and making a pattern for any armless chair. I have even used it to cover my large parsons chairs.
If your chair is a kitchen chair size simple one like the HARRY, you will be able to use the cutting layout as shown to fit everything onto one yard of 54" wide fabric. If you have a larger armless chair to cover, you will need more fabric. The cutting layout will be the same, just bigger.
Materials Needed: 1 yard or more of 54" wide fabric
4 pages, 1 photo, 2 diagrams
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for making a armless chair cover. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
copyright statement and cottage licensing:
Items made from this pattern may be sold with the following conditions:
1. Credit StudioCherie for the pattern design in all written item descriptions. For example, when selling online please include the following sentence in your item description: "This item was made using a StudioCherie pattern," or when selling in-person, have a tag that says "made under license from StudioCherie."
2. All items for sale must be handmade by you. Contracting with others to mass produce the design requires a commercial licensing agreement. Contact me if you need a commercial licensing agreement for any of my products.
3. Distribution of the pattern and corresponding instructions is expressly prohibited.
4. Use of a StudioCherie pattern to derive a similar pattern for sale is expressly prohibited.
Love this Easy to follow instructions, adaptable for all sized Pretied up the dining room.
I made this in a vinyl fabric to protect a dining chair from my messy-eater of a son. This pattern was so easy to follow and to adapt to fit. I'll be using it again to make decorative and protective covers when we get a new dining suite!