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An Almost No Sew Slipcovered Chair

I created a slipcover to repurpose an old chair for a new space by using leftover drop cloth scraps, a glue gun, a staple gun and an old bridesmaid's dress! It's all part of my mission to use items in my own home before going out and buying something new. See how I did it at the link below!
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $0 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://www.storywooddesigns.com/2013/01/04/an-almost-no-sew-slipcovered-chair/

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  • Storywood Designs
    Storywood Designs Raleigh, NC

    Thank you @Sharon @ mrs. hines class , @Jeanette S , @Teri Uliasz Boyungs and @Vintage Charm Restored by Lori Young !!

  • Polly Zieper
    Polly Zieper Fort Lauderdale, FL

    Do you think this could be done with a sofa, or would all the pinning get too tedious?

  • Debi53
    Debi53 Broadway, NC

    Hello neighbor! I live just a little south of you and I love this sweet little chair. Using the child's pin & the petticoat was just the right touch!

  • Nikki
    Nikki Fenton, MO

    Adorable! and I also love that it is No SEW =) are you able to wash it in the laundry? I'm just curious about the hot glue holding up, Or is it not a removable slipcover? I would love to figure out how to make a no sew slipcover for a living room

  • Anna Ibarra
    Anna Ibarra San Antonio, TX

    This is too cute. I have 3 small vintage child chairs, 2 cane seating are broken, but the other one is in tack. Was sold to me as 1, so I'll have to fix the 2. How cute would it be to have my chair covered like this. ;-D

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