By Meredith Heaton. Slipcovers. Published at Tuesday, June 05th, 2018 - 15:53:43 PM.
Sure Fit Slipcover Fitting Tips. But slipcovers began to drop in popularity because the early makers of ready-made just didn’t have the technology or design skills to make slipcovers fit properly. We all remember those old slipcovers with all the bags, sags and fabric folds! But reputable companies like Sure Fit slipcovers (hence its name) began to design covers that could be fitted using an easy to adjust system that holds the cover in place. A Sure Fit slipcover is made from fabrics that have enough elasticity to snugly mold the shape of the underlying furniture, yet doesn’t create wrinkles and bumps and lumps. But in order to get the right Sure Fit slipcovers for your couch or chair, you must learn how to match your furniture style to the Sure Fit slipcovers that you want.
The Variety of Futon Slipcovers - In a wide array, the selection of the futon slipcovers range from: The solid-colored futon slipcovers. These perfectly match the conservative feeling of the homeowner. If you prefer to have a particular motif in your living room, you can settle for the solid-colored futon slipcovers. The neutral colors of black and white alongside with the hues of beige, cream, and brown are among the best choices. There are also light and pastel colors of peach, green, and pink. You just have to be definite that these solid colors will match the outstanding factors of your room.
Slipcover fabrics: The cloths used to stitch a slipcover are called slipcover fabrics. The slipcovers can be stitched with many types of materials. They might be very inexpensive or expensive materials. The cotton and polyester slipcovers are least inexpensive covers while organza and velvet tend to be more costly. The fabrics should be durable and should have a stylish look. They should be able to attract the people. They should be able to create an array of interior designing.
Note that the band that wraps around the chair below the seat often eliminates the need for a lot of darts or tucks and acts as a smooth vertical transition from the seat to the skirt. The number of overlapping closures needed in the band and skirt depends on the chair’s anatomy. Each above-the-seat element, such as a back and arms, needs a separate opening. Allow enough overlap in the closure to ensure a smooth fit with no gaps in the skirt (see the sewing instructions below). The skirt will need pleats at the legs if they splay out from the chair, but instead of making these pleats in the muslin, just mark where they’ll meet at the center of the legs.
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