Free Patterns - Chair & Sofa Covers & Cushions
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Patio Chair Pad
Sewing.org
Couch Slipcover
Honeybear Lane
Box Cushion
Alternative Windows
Chair Cover*
Joann.com
Dining Chair Cover
Coats Crafts
Side Chair Slipcover
Threads Magazine
37 of the best free Chair & Sofa Covers & Cushion Patterns and Tutorials on the web
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
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Dining Chair
Cushions
Prudent Baby
Dining Chair
Slipcovers
Bibbidi Bobbidi Beautiful
Slipcovers*
Sewing.org
More Slipcover Projects from These Popular Books:
Piped Cushion
Alternative Windows
Chair Cushion
Husqvarna Viking
Loose Armchair
Cover
Coats Crafts
Sofa & Chair
Slipcovers
Bibbidi Bobbidi Beautiful
Lounge
Cushion/Futon Cover
Craft and Fabric Links
Chair Covers*
Joann.com
Stylish Sofa Wrap
Craftstylish
Wheelchair Cushion
Craft & Fabric Links
Sofa Wrap
Threads Magazine
Child's Poang Chair
Cover

Internet Archive
Small Cushion Cover
Craft & Fabric Links
More Home Decorating Projects from These Popular Books:
Seat Cover
Willow Would

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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Chair Slipcover
DIY Network
Ottoman Slipcover
Sew 4 Home
Sew covers and cushions for your chairs and sofas with this collection of over thirty cover and cushion patterns &
tutorials gathered from all over the web.

A fabric slipcover can, of course, add new life to an old chair or sofa. And a set of special-occasion covers for your
dining room chair backs can add an additional festive touch to a holiday table setting.

Sew up a set of custom chair cushions to make a set of hard patio chairs more comfortable (or simply because you'd
like to dress them up with a colorful fabric). And just remember that if your cushions will be for outdoor furniture, to
use an outdoor fabric for added durability (or you can simply be prudent about bringing the covers inside in bad
weather).

And also remember that if you want to be able to launder your finished covers, to preshrink your fabric first (in the
same water and dryer temperature in which you plan to launder your finished covers) so that after laundering, the
cushions will still fit.
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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: If you have some wonderful plaid fabric and you don't feel like going through the work of
matching the design at the seams, try turning some of your pattern pieces on the bias (the
diagonal).

Tip #2: When sewing lightweight fabrics, don’t backstitch to secure the thread ends, which can
cause your fabric to pucker. Instead, as you near the edge of your fabric, switch to a very fine
stitch, then continue stitching to the end of your fabric.
Bay Window
Cushion
Instructables
Portable Chair Pad
Instructables
High Chair Cushion
Instructables
Boxed Cushion
Cover
Design Sponge
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