By Arabella Mcgregor. Slipcovers. Published at Saturday, June 09th, 2018 - 16:45:31 PM.
The in-laws have just left and now sitting in your living room is the world’s ugliest sofa! What were you thinking when you agreed to take if off their hands? Now the poor thing is cluttering up your space and it doesn’t match anything you own. The style is wrong, the fabric is homely and the color is….well, you aren’t sure what the original color was. Still you can quickly and inexpensively "makeover" this "dawg" using sofa slipcovers.
Okay, the cat came back, but if they are here to stay…someone has to do something about that poor sofa. It was already worn but now it has tatters hanging off the backFree Reprint Articles, where Mr. Boo-Boo Kitty has sharpened his claws. You can’t seem to get rid of the new kitty but you can’t afford to get the sofa reupholstered or replaced either. Getting a slipcover for the sofa will instantly hide all cat damage and years of wear and tear.
When updating the look of your furniture, using fitted slipcovers is the best option. There is a wide variety of fabrics to choose from, much more so than in traditional furniture stores. A slipcover is an easier, more cost-effective alternative to reupholstering your chairs and couches or buying new pieces. The slipcover has long been an option for covering couches, but this old standby is now finding its way into more homes than ever before. The reason is simple: as the recession tightens budgets across the country, more families are discovering that a room can be updated more quickly and easily with a slipcover at a fraction of the price. Fitted slipcovers are cheaper than reupholstering your existing pieces or buying a new sofa, and they can easily be customized to your home décor.
Engineer closing flaps with overlapping sections of band near the arms and back. Indicate button-and-loop closure placement. Mark matching notches and construction notes on the muslin. Make skirt, creating overlaps to match band overlaps. Mark center of legs for inverted pleat. 7. Take apart, fold seat muslin at center, cut out pattern adding seam allowances. Add seam allowances to band and skirt sections. 8. Finish interior of chair cover with folded up edges and hems (below). Attach button loops to inside, too.
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