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Thread: Child's chair slipcover - suitable fabric?

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    Judith C. Ellis
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    Again, a heavy duty canvas or twill will hold up to dogs. Carr has a nice selection and a great price.

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    Kimberley Chagnon
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    Slipcovers

    I have had great success with both canvas and
    Sunbrella fabrics for clients with pets. I don't know
    if other areas arenotivknb this, but I sm swamped
    with slipcover jobs all o a sudden. Is any one else seeing
    this trend?

    Kim Chagnon.

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    Mary carey
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    I have been upholstering for 33 years and I have had more and more requests in the past couple of years.

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    Kimberley Chagnon
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    Hi Mary,

    Same thing here. I have been in business for 16 years and already this year I have had 8 slipcover jobs come into my studio. Every year there is a huge fluctuation in the number of slipcover jobs we do. It must be what they are seeing in the magazines.

    Kim

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