Making Easy Dining Room Chair Slipcovers

Jan 19th

If you are planning a special dinner or event and knowing your chairs is just not appropriate enough at the moment, you do not need to replace them with new or hired ones. Rather, a Dining Room Chair Slipcovers will simply hide the usual look of your chair in a fabric color or pattern that matches the rest of your decor. But if you have a big event that comes up that requires a large amount of chair covers even renting them can be expensive. Your cheapest option would be to make simple ones yourself using fabric.

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Luxury Dining Chair Covers

Instructions

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Measure the length and width of each chair back. Cut two identical pieces of Dining Chair Covers that are 2 inches longer and 2 inches wider than each chair back. Pin the two fabric pieces together with the straighteners. Sew the two long sides together and one of the short sides together. Use a basic running stitch and either sew by hand or with a sewing machine.

Pin the edges on the unlined side of the Chair Slipcovers down, creating a 1/4-inch to 1/2-inch hem. Sew the hem down with a basic operation stitch by hand or with a sewing machine. Remove the pins when sewing. Turn each chair cover the right side out and slide them on the chair backs. You can add decorations to the quilt, which wrap a sash around each one or glue silk flowers or bows onto them.