Trying to find chair covers

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  1. KimmiB

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    I saw the cutest chair covers today for elementary sized chairs. They have pockets in the back to store paper, pencils etc. Does anyone know where I can find them? Thanks!
     
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    I got one at a conference from a company called Seat Sack...I think the website is www.seatsack.com . I dont use them in my classroom, but I think that they can been very helpful and good storage. Hope this helps.
     
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    Thanks so much!
     
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    We get ours from School Specialty.
     
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    Really Good Stuff has them.
     
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    I MADE SOME!!!! You probably want ones with more pockets but all I did was take a square sheet of denim (because it's a pretty durable fabric) fit to the chair size your looking for and fold one side one way and fold the other side the other way and sew up the side. I used it for my dorm room and loved it!!!
     
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    My mother made all of mine out of drapery fabric. If you go to google and type in chair covers or something similar (I'm sorry but I can't remember what they call them) sites will come up that give directions as to how to make them. If you have mothers that sew they may be willing to make them for you. It will cost you a lot less if you do it yourself.
     

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