Now here's an easy project for you. You will need to buy a placemat for each kitchen chair to make a chair pad. I used square placemats - not rectangles. These are the same ones I am using for placemats on the table.
I have 4 vintage white kitchen chairs so I got four 15" square placemats and cut out 4 15" square pieces of fabric for the backings and a little more to make four tying strips for each to hold the finished cushion to the chair. I recommend a bodkin for turning the fabric strips - if you don't have one a large safety pin will work. I had a roll of batting already on hand so I cut from a four layer thickness four 12" square pieces.
Last week there were many great linkers from
lovely blogs but here are a few we will reflect on:
HOPE IN EVERY SEASON shared Mom's Taco Casserole:
BEYOND THE GARDEN GATE shared shade loving
plants that we could try in our own gardens:
THE FRENCH HENS NEST gave us tips on
decorating with Cloches:
SWEDISH CORNER DOWN UNDER shared her
passion for blue and white transfer ware:
This linky party is called Open House because it is all about you sharing something about your home: cooking, garden, DIY, sewing, crafting, decorating, tea, etc. Please link here at the bottom. I will also be sharing my post at: Home and Garden Thursday, HOME with Sandi and Homemaking Party and Home Sweet Home