By Salma Delossantos. Slipcovers. Published at Wednesday, July 04th, 2018 - 21:29:04 PM.
Would you like a different fabric on your sofa or chair for winter than you want for spring? You could have red and green for Christmas or pastels for spring. In winter you might want a darker heavier fabric while in summer you might like something light and airy. Not many of us could change our furniture with the seasons but with affordable furniture slipcovers you could have the option of a different look for different seasons or holidays. Just swap them when ever you are ready for a change. Low cost slipcovers give you many opportunities for variety in your home. As you can see whatever your style, whatever your need, there is a furniture slipcover available for you. So start dreaming of the look you want for your home and let furniture slipcovers make it a reality.
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.
The nature-related futon slipcovers. If you are much acquainted with the colors present in nature, and if you prefer the tropical, outdoor, and floral themes, there are also the best matches of futon slipcovers available for you. Those futon slipcovers with big printed flowers will be best for the big rooms while the small flower prints will be good for the smaller rooms. If you prefer to add more unique style into your room, you can always go for the futon slipcovers that are designed with flowers, birds, trees, mountains, and fish in varying designs.
Construction is easy - The process of sewing a slipcover uses the familiar techniques of garment sewing. Sewing darts, facings, pleats, and piping are basic skills that are certainly easier to do on a simple slipcover than, say, a jacket. Sewing hems, topstitching seams, and creating closures are terrific practice for more complex projects. Clip and notch curves in their seam allowances, as you would in garment sewing. Pressing rules apply to slipcover construction, too. Press open seam allowances as you finish them, and press pleats carefully to create crisp edges.
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