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  • Laine

    Cover for Glider rocker. Perfect for when it's time to reclaim the house from baby stuff. Great idea!

  • Abigail Ames

    Great idea to makeover those ugly gliders! Very cool and good instructions... I will do this to my rocking chair to match the room.

  • Vanessa Rape

    ugly glider to lovely rocker diy tutorial with step by step instructions. Hhmm, mine isn't ugly but certainly doesn't match anything other than the "baby" room. Perhaps I will do this do it when it is ready to move!

  • Rochelle Sansom

    Wanting to find a secondhand glider for the living room since my folks are buying a new one as a baby gift: this Glider slipcover would be awesome!

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