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In this post, I'll show you how to reupholster an office chair with tufted cushions, so that it looks ... #OfficeChair

In this post, I'll show you how to reupholster an office chair with tufted cushions, so that it looks brand new. Many office chair tutorials only cover flat cushions, so this one will help you give your cushions some shape. The method I’m showing you involves a little bit of sewing, but you could sk

Yapo 🌿 on Twitter: "spoiled myself with new leafy babies and made some macrame plant hangers! so heres another workspace update (´・` )♡… "

“spoiled myself with new leafy babies and made some macrame plant hangers! so heres another workspace update (´・` )♡”

Chair Cushion DIY  Love the idea of the coordinating fabric on the sides.

Since I spend so much time out in my craft area I figured it would be nice for my tush to have a comfy place to sit. I use one of our extra kitchen table bar stools out there which has a hard wood…

Pamelaquilts: How to Slipcover Your Office Chair. I don't know about you guys, but in my area someone is ALWAYS giving these chairs away, usually on CL. How cute is this?

Like many things we own, often our sewing or office chair will start to look really bad, but still be quite functional. Most chairs are actually fairly simple to make a basic slipcover for - just a seat and a back. Even if your chair has arms you will probably be able to make a seat cover with an elastic band that will keep it firmly in place. I created my covers with selvage strips sewn on to a heavy muslin backing, but you could certainly do this with any fabric yardage you have and not…