Re-Covering a Chair Pad

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I have wanted new kitchen chairs forever. I had those standard inexpensive ones where the skinny crossbars underneath keep falling apart.  I was always hoping to find the kind that had a cushion that I could cover with fabric of my choosing and I didn’t want to pay $100 a piece for “new” chairs. Our church has a huge “garage sale” once a year in our parking lot.  People donate furniture, etc. for the youth group to sell for their summer mission trip. The last couple of years I’ve been keeping my eyes open and low & behold, I scored!!! I got these 4 very sturdy, very nice, excellent condition kitchen chairs for $10 a piece!! They are exactly what I wanted. The micro-suede seat cushions are like new! But still I wanted my own fabric so here’s a short tutorial.  If you’ve never done this before – super simple and only took 2 yards of fabric (45″ wide). You only need to unscrew the seat cushions from the chairs, cut fabric, staple and you’re ready to go!  P. S.  The fabric is by Waverly and is called “Farmhouse Check” – of course – LOL.

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Hi, I'm hoping that my blog and my experiences will help to encourage you. Our journey through life can be unpredictable at times but KNOW that if you are a believer in Christ, HE will always have your best interest at heart! (Even when things don't make sense!) Toodles

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