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This is the slipcover tutorial I wrote for the book, Fabric by Fabric, released in November 2011. These instructions are different from the book version and include help from me if you need it.

This is exactly how I made the slipcover that has become the star of so many of my duffle photos.

My chair is an IKEA HARRY. This tutorial will guide you through measuring and making a pattern for any armless chair. I have even used it to cover my large parsons chairs.

If your chair is a kitchen chair size simple one like the HARRY, you will be able to use the cutting layout as shown to fit everything onto one yard of 54" wide fabric. If you have a larger armless chair to cover, you will need more fabric. The cutting layout will be the same, just bigger.

If you have the HARRY chairs and you want to print a pattern to cut and sew, then see this listing:

If you have questions as to whether this tutorial will work for your chair, please contact me and include a photograph of your chair in your message.

As with all of my products, I am here to help you with questions after you buy it.

Tutorial includes one photo, one chart, and two diagrams. One diagram is the cutting layout and one illustrates the sewing steps.

My standard cottage licensing agreement is included with this tutorial. You can go ahead and use it to make slipcovers for sale!

Sewing Tutorial Kitchen Chair Slipcover PDF format