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“These come out so cute!”
This darling Valentine Chairback will be a wonderful addition to your Valentine decor and traditions this season.
The Valentine Chairback features a sturdy bag that is fully lined with craft-weight interfacing that helps the bag maintain it's great shape. The flap features a slot for easy delivery of Valentine goodies! Two Velcro straps make attaching to any chair quick and easy, even for a young child. You can make one chairback for your entire family to share or make personalized ones for each family member.
This pattern features 15 pages of directions along with over 40 full-color pictures.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for making a chairback. 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.
For personal use only. You may not sell chairbacks made from this pattern or redistribute this pattern in anyway.
• 1/2 yard cotton fabric, for outer bag (shown in red paisley)
• 1/2 yard cotton fabric or broadcloth, for lining
• 1/2 yard craft weight fusible interfacing, such as Pellon 808 Craft Fuse
• 4 sheets of felt, for flap and straps (shown in pink)
• 15” of 3/4” wide sewable Velcro, such as Soft n’ Flexible Velcro
• 8” of 1/2” wide or wider ribbon, for hanging loop
• felt scrap for heart
• embrodiery floss
Helpful Tools and Supplies
• cutting mat and clear ruler
• rotary cutter
• pinking shears
• hot glue or tacky glue
• fabric pen with disappearing ink
• embroidery needle
• pattern pieces on page 12
Completed Measurements – 7.5” wide x 8.5” tall x 3.5” deep
These come out so cute!
What a super cute project! My daughter got rave reviews at school for this little bag. Easy directions, quick to put together. Loved it!
Love this project! Made for all 3 of my school age kids classrooms and teachers! They all loved them! Thanks for such a great fun pattern!
I did make a change = instead of interfacing I used fusible fleece to give it some more body. Turned out great!
Have to Share how FUN this Project is!! Yes I did like 24 of them for my Daughters whole Classroom! Last year (2011) for 4th Grade...They were a HIT! Great Directions!! Easy to do..just know they are lined so Yes it will be a bit of putting pieces together!! But that is what makes them Fabulous!
Tips: I did put Stabilizer in between the felt top..to add more stiffer body to them!!
I did add a stiffer stabilizer as well to add more body to the Body of this Mailbox
Just think for you all who embroidery!! This is a fun place to add that!!