I found this chair on the verge and it was in such good condition, I couldn't help see it's potential for my son's new bedroom. It's low and solid, and just needs recovering, sanding back and painting a glossy white.
The union jack fabric I saw in spotlight, and for $7.50, thought I'd risk it not being the right size.
A repeat will fit the back of the chair, but not the base. What would you do with it? I could sew it onto some other fabric to make it bigger, but it'd be hard to find a fabric in the same shade as the white on the flag. Or I could sew it onto denim (which I've used to make his curtains), but I don't think it would look right.
Or I could use the fabric for something else, and buy this fabric to use instead.