Do you have little kids at home but don’t have space for them to play in? Then this DIY play kitchen slipcover is one clever idea you can make! It’s easy to make. It won’t cost much, if at all, as you can upcycle old fabrics to make it.
Definitely ideal for small houses, this play kitchen doesn’t take up any space at all since it is simply a chair slipcover added with kitchen stove details. Set it up for the kids’ playtime using your existing dining chair, and then simply fold and store it in a drawer when they are done! Quick, easy, and best of all space-saving!
You can create your own chair cover or you can use a purchased one and just add the details. Here you can make use of your scrap fabric from a previous project or even some old clothing that you do not use anymore.
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DY play kitchen slipcover materials:
- 2 yards – Off-White Cotton Twill or Canvas (for the base)
- 1/2 yard – Fabric (for Curtains)
- 1/2 yard – Fabric (for Side Pockets and Backsplash)
- Fabric Scraps (in colors suitable for the burners, knobs, oven door, kitchen window, etc.)
- Paper-Backed Fusible Web
- 30 inches – Hook-and-Loop Fastener (such as Velcro)
- 8 yards – Double-Fold Seam Binding
- 4 large Buttons
- Tape Measure
- Sewing Machine (with size 80 needle)
- Water-soluble Pen
- Rotary Cutter and Cutting Mat
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Thanks to Debbie Williams for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here…