How To Make Arm Covers For A Chair




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26alexther: Very useful. I was looking for something like this for my sofa that has leather armrest. Will be doing this but I guess I will try using double sidetape

dina taylor: You made my day luv your work ..thank you !!

Glenn Cook: This video was fantastic. My sewing skills are limited but I was determined to learn how to thread the old sewing machine and attempt fabricate these covers as well as a back cushion protector. Well they turned out great! My wife was impressed as well. Thank you for producing such a great easy to follow video. 

Jennifer Morales: Great video, gonna try this and make some before inlaws come for Thanksgiving.

helsbels1960: so easy to make too

helsbels1960: love the video, I really need these for my lounges..I only have a domestic sewing machine so hopefully it will manage the material I get....

Ken Flynn: very good instruction video Thank you

Nick Gibbs: thanks thats great

Darlene Mason: love to know where you found a place that would make them for you.

schwabery: Always a pleasure to see work done well. I was completely absorbed by the level of skill and quick work.

Kaankaleke D: Toss those shears! I love that... going to go make mine now

Windyhoosier: Thank you, appreciate the insight and expertise. Shame the cat isn't more helpful...

trishann100: Thanks for that....what a pro you are at it....again thank you :-)

mishkamitten: Thank you so much! I couldn't believe it would work so well and was very nervous, but I have 2 fabulous arm caps for the sofa - just the chairs to go now!!

Ann Marie: Thank you so much for this video - have watched it twice now and hope to try making covers myself. Will probably need to watch several more times!!

Emily Lewis: Thanks for the Great info! I'm going to try this tonight - wish me luck!

unversalpictures2010: William MacDonald, you are a genius. Looked at this a couple of days ago, made my covers today and everything you said worked... thank you so much, I dread to think what they would have turned out like if I hadn't seen your master class!

peaceangel8989: You make it look so easy! My last job was a dining chair. A no sew job. Just a staple gun. I really enjoyed it and loved the results. Thank you for sharing.

Rebeca Johnson: Fantastic your are the best teacher ,, I going to do this . Thanks and hugs

diana Afandi: right on point,thankyou.

AlaskaKace: Thank you!! That was a great lesson! =) You obviously do quality work! =)

Idaliza Morales: very simple thanks:))

violetmatthers: Hi Loved your Video! I was wondering how to recover 2 special "vintage" chairs that have wood frames and just a bit of fabric tacked down with what looks like a long strip of brass grommets or a certain kind of tack decorator-ish tape I don't know what to call it! and I have seen other videos on decorator tacking however none look anything like what I have, so I'm wondering if you do..Thanks so much I'm just a Mom wondering how to "do it myself"

Hotlips4000isback: Great video! ;)

SHABDELLAH RAMADHAN: WOW!

TheLifeintheuktest: Thanks for sharing. You make it look so easy. Will give it a try.

govega: wow I never heard of top sewing and I have been sewing for years! This will help me a lot since my devil puppy just chewed part of the arm fabric off my loveseat. thanks.

Leigha Drake: Beautifully done! You obviously have a lot of pride in your work. Nice job :)

Veronica Kulig: Thanks! Very helpful!

anzuelin: Great. Thanks!!

Deborah Reynolds: Good instruction gnna try tonight!

BritTheAwesome: Thanks!!! They want 50.00 per arm online. I can do this.

nprosario: You did a FANTASTIC job! this is wonderful. :)

pinkfox253: this helped so much, thank you, wish you would come back and do more

SmartFuel XFT: Fantastic!

Hair Do: Thanks for the tip. I do know it's hard to earn money. But it is much better than working minimum wage at mcdonolds. Being an hair stylist does get tips and I end up making decent money. Plus it allows me to be creative sometimes and make customer's dream come to reality.
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How to make arm covers for a chair 4.8 out of 5

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