Homemade Car Seat Covers from T-Shirts

If your car seats are starting to wear, try this reader's tip for homemade car seat covers.
By Shane Jones
August/September 2006
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It's too late to help this one, but if a homemade care seat cover had been pulled on in time maybe this seat would still be in use.
Photo by Fotolia/Sam D'Cruz


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When the backs of my Toyota’s bucket seats started to wear, I just stretched a couple of T-shirts over them to make my own unique upholstery. The neighbors snickered when they saw my homemade care seat covers, but many of their car seats are starting to dress in T-shirts, too!

Shane Jones
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma








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