Published at Monday, November 19th 2018. by Hester Preston in Armchair.
I have already covered the back and all you have to do for that is open up your pillowcases and slip it right on. It may take a little work. You have to work it on, but it's not hard at all and you can do that. So what I'm going to do is show you how I cut the rest of the pillowcases. As I said, I got two packs of those I'll show you how I cut them to complete this chair and show you the finished. So again, like I said what you're going to do is purchase two of these and you'll go ahead and take one and cover the back of your chair.
I'm gonna go ahead and flip it inside out because I want to rip the scenes for the rest of the chair. Okay and so what you're going to want to do is put these little threads here that you see, and then you should be able to pull it the rest of the way apart, I'm going to be using an Exacto knife. If you have a seam, ripper, then use that you can even use scissors you'll just need to snip the little threads and then you'll be able to rip it apart and if you just snatch it fine. But but you know carefully, you get the rest of these threads to break free.
If you run into a snag, just use your scissors or your seam ripper to get them started in and the excess thread and stuff you can just pull away. Okay, once that's all done, just go around and pull away any excess thread. This should come off fairly easily and you know you don't have to get all of it after you have your pillowcases apart we're going to measure each of the four sides of your chair.
The surface here and all four sides you should have enough to do that with only using three pillowcases now what I wanted to go over again with you is that you make sure that you do not rip this see the reason why you don't want to rip This thing is because you want to use this for the bottom skirt and that way you already have a finished edge for your bottom and if you have a sewing machine, you can finish these edges. Okay, your top piece you're gon na go ahead and put it back on suck it, and a good idea is to line up the pattern.
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