I have made new loose covers for my dining chairs.
The original covers was black.
That was to dark for my taste, so I made new one in light gray leatherette.
These began to look quite worn, so the chairs got new covers again :)
This time in fabric from Ellos.
We have three cats who love to lie on these chairs so I also create a loose cover in leatherette for the seats.
This way I protect the seats from cathair.
I have tried to make a tut on how I made the covers. Let me now if somthing is unclear.
When you have done your first cover, it goes very fast to create new ones.
The cover is made of just one piece.
One of our cats, the Taxas cat:)
The colour in our diningspace is blue :)
The blue corner cabinet is quite old.
This I got from my mum.
It's from my seventies childhood :)
Quilt on the top and quilts inside :)
Now the tutorial.
If your chair have a loose cover, you can copy that like I did.
Mine was originally constucted i three pieces.
But i cut the new ones in one piece like you can see in the drawing.
If you can't copy an old cover, you have to measure and make your own pattern.
I have tried to draw the measures you must do.
Use these measurements to make a pattern.
I will recomend to sew your first cover in a testfabric.
Remember to use seam allowance.
You start with this seam, from point A to B.
Then you sew the corners. And then the finishing seam all the way round.
Now you hopefully can make your own cool covers :)