Thrifty Seat Covers

Tackle It Tuesday Meme

I will be having some friends over for dinner sometime in February and I wouldn’t want them to have to sit on chairs covered with remnants of all the wonderful meals that I have fed my family. I was at Walmart and found enough fabric to recover four chair seats and make two matching napkins. I am so delighted.Below are the before and afters. The total cost of the fabric was $2.95. I already had a hot glue gun and glue sticks.

Before

After

Filed under: Homemaking

Comments

  1. Very nice. Nice fabric too!

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  2. This is my favorite redecorating method! I love the fabric you chose too, very classy!

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  3. That looks fanastic!
    Good job!

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  4. They look great! Amazing what a difference that makes, isn’t it? Thanks for the inspiration. I still need to go tackle my project. sigh… lol

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  5. That looks nice, and would totally match my kitchen!

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  6. Your chairs turned out pretty.

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  7. Thanks guys. Check your comment boxes to see what I had to say about your “Tackle it Tuesday” projects.

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  8. My daughter did my charis last year. What a difference. Made the whole room seem new.

    I decluttered our pantry see photos at
    http://www.heartofwisdom.com/heartathome/

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  9. Well done, Hadias! Good price on the fabric, too. (o:

    Brenda

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  10. Chairs look awesome!
    I love when something simple can change things so much.

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  11. You did a marvelous job! I’ve got some chairs that need covering over at my house…:)

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  12. They look great, very creative and thrifty!

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  13. I saw Chayil’s eyes up there and for a minute thought I had already been here, but you were first so I was weirded out a bit. LOL

    I want to do my chairs now! Those are GORGEOUS!!!

    How do you do the napkins? Just sew hems all the way around?

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  14. WOW! You did a great job on those! All that with a glue gun? Great!

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  15. Looks great! The striped fabric is wonderful…I should do this too! Thanks for the idea…

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  16. Wow that is a huge difference, good job!

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  17. Fab!!! I love the new seat covers!

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  18. They are gorgeous! You did a great job Hadias. 🙂

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  19. Wow you did a great job! Maybe you should’ve waited till the night before to re-cover them lol hope your babies don’t spill on these!

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  20. Ooo! And they’re schnazzy, too!

    Beautiful! 🙂

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