If you are looking for a super cute project, you are going to love this Chair Cover Play Kitchen .. who will you make it for?
We were thrilled when we came across this super cute project. No doubt, you already have someone in mind and there will be hours of good clean fun to come for your little one. The idea is so simple and the results are so incredibly cute!
It involves creating a slipcover for a regular kitchen or dining chair that magically becomes a play kitchen. We know you are going to love this project and you can fold it up, pop it in your bag.
It can be utilized when visiting family and friends and ensures your little one will be entertained without screen time! Now here’s a tip when it comes to fabric, go ahead and pre-wash your fabric. You want to make sure that it is washed because it will shrink once you wash your slipcover. Before you cut all of your pieces, you want to make sure that you leave at least an inch. That way you can go ahead and sew all the seams and know that you have enough room. If you cut on the line you’re not going to be able to join them together.
You want to make sure that it is washed because it will shrink once you wash your slipcover. Before you cut all of your pieces, you want to make sure that you leave at least an inch. That way you can go ahead and sew all the seams and know that you have enough room. If you cut on the line you’re not going to be able to join them together.
Slip Cover Video via Homemade Simple
How To Make Chair Slip Cover Video
We have included a video tutorial that shows you how to make your own Chair Cover at home. To watch, click Play above ^
Chair Cover Play Kitchen Free Pattern via E-How
Once you have all your measurements and all your pieces cut, the fun part of sewing them together is pretty easy. You want to basically take your draw pins and go ahead and pin the fabric together and sew. And continue all the way around until you’ve got your piece sewn. You want to slip it on inside-out to make sure that you have a nice fit. And the great thing about making your own slipcovers is that it’s very inexpensive.
How To Make Chair Cover Play Kitchen
- Tape measure
- Off-white cotton twill or canvas for the base, 2 yards
- Rotary cutter and cutting mat
- Water-soluble pen
- Fabric for curtains, 1/2 yard
- Fabric for side pockets and backsplash, 1/2 yard
- Fabric scraps in colors suitable for the burners, knobs, oven door, kitchen window, etc.
- Paper-backed fusible web
- Sewing machine with size 80 needle
- Hook-and-loop fastener (such as Velcro), 30 inches
- Double-fold seam binding, 8 yards
- 4 large buttons
If you would like to purchase a readymade version. There are a number of versions available for sale on Etsy. You can find them here
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