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Great chair, and what a steal for $35.00. I like the Chevron pattern. For more ideas--Check out the home fraibcs section at Mood (online). They have thee most beautiful and unique options.Cheers,Ashleewww.queenofpreen.comwww.menwhopreen.com

Allison Imberi

I aquired 2 chairs like this while dumpster diving! How did you get the seat and back off??? I can't get it! Email me!


Bernadette - The chair cushion took me the longest. But I took apart the old cushion very carefully so I had an exact template to use. After I took it apart, I ironed it very well. I used that template to trace onto my fabric. I had one cushion still put together so I could look at it to see how it was sewed together. The corners were definitely the hardest. My advice is to go slow and cut the corners a little large so you have room to fit the cushion inside when you're done. And keep your seam ripper handy! Good luck.

Cyndi - I used exactly 2 yards of fabric for each chair. And I did not have ANYTHING left over. If you want to give yourself a little extra breathing room, you might order 5 yards. Good luck and have fun!


Do you remember how much fabric you needed to do this? I have the exact same chairs and have been wanting to redo them forever but am not sure how much fabric will be needed. Thank you!!


I'm working on two very similar chairs. The stapling sections went smoothly, but I am having a really hard time figuring out how to sew the chair cushion cover together (in a way that looks pretty). Any tips?


wow! fantastic! I would love it if you liked this up to my weekly blog party From Trash to Treasure.

Jill @ Craft in a Northern Town

Great tutorial! I have a wing back chair with cane sides that I have no idea where to start with. This was super helpful!

Amy Suardi @ Frugal Mama

An amazing job. And beautiful pictures. I never would have seen potential in those chairs!

p.s. I found you through Janie Bernard at Finding Fabulous by design.


I have a party going on right now I would love for you to link up! The chairs are amasing!



these are so awesome! i saw them t finding fabulous and had to come tell you!


I featured your chairs today...beautiful job!!!!


Pretty chairs!! I even loved the before picture with that pretty blue velvet-- but I'm a huge fan of yellow! GREAT JOB!

-Bonnie @ Revolutionaries


Thanks everyone for the lovely comments. You have seriously made my day!!


LOVE LOVE LOVE these chairs. you have a fab eye for style!!



They are beautiful! We are working on 2 similar chairs that have been in my family for about 50 years. FYI,,we had an estimate to re do them for $900.00 apiece!

Mary C

What a beautiful job you did, and wonderful, clear directions. Thank you so much!


They turned out so nice, love the color!! Great tutorial too, well done!


Very Pretty! I love the graphic fabric!

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