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Lace Chair Back Cover

By: Jaclyn Holtzman, Editor, AllFreeDIYWeddings.com
Updated March 08, 2018
Lace Chair Back Cover
Lace Chair Back Cover
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The Lace Back Chair Cover is one of the easiest, least expensive, and most rewarding DIY wedding crafts out there. It looks absolutely gorgeous when complete, but absolutely anyone of any skill level can make it. You can choose to put these caps on just the sweetheart chairs, the entire head table, or if you're really ambitious, every chair in the reception hall. For a vintage wedding, these lace wedding crafts are ideal, offering a delicate detail that won't go unnoticed. You can whip up one of these in just minutes, but the joy they bring will last a lifetime. These darling chair covers fit almost any wedding theme, whether modern, classic, or antique.

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueSewing

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Scalloped lace fabric
  • Needle and thread
  • Reception chairs

Instructions

  1. Measure the distance from the point at which you want the cover to stop to the top of the chair. Multiply by two and 1". You should buy scalloped fabric that is that width so that both "bottoms" of the cover are scalloped.

  2. Measure the width of the chair from side to side and add 2". This is how long of a piece you should cut. If your lace is unraveling, you may need to use bias tape.

  3. Fold the piece of lace over the chair and sew the two sides shut.

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This is such a simple way to make a big impact when it comes to your reception decor. A great way to take your chairs to the next level!

I've seen these around the internet and always wondered how they were made. Now I know!

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