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Video: How to Make Reversible Chair Covers

May 14, 2013

It's Sew Easy, ksproductionstv

Threads Magazine is a proud sponsor of It’s Sew Easy, a television program developed just for sewers featuring projects presented by industry experts. For the past two seasons, our editors have participated and showed you how to sew various projects, such as this beautiful lace top from season three, with new episodes from season five.

In the twelfth episode of season four (412–Setting the Perfect Table), Threads former Editor Deana Tierney May demonstrates how to create the reversible chair covers from Quick Stuff to Sew, Winter 2012. Watch as she shows how to measure the chair, cut the fabric, and sew the seams. This fun and easy-to-sew decorating project lets you get two looks in one.

All four seasons of It’s Sew Easy can be purchased in our online store and stay tuned for season five.

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  1. User avater BRosser May 15th

    OOps I meant Good Idea!

  2. User avater BRosser May 15th

    God Idea!
    Thanks!

  3. User avater justwilli May 14th





    I love these mini lessons, Thank you.

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