Published at Friday, July 06th, 2018 - 16:44:51 PM. . By Marie Graff.
You finally replaced that hideous sofa you got years ago. The new one cost a fortune but it looks striking sitting there in the living room. But how do you go about protecting your investment? An inexpensive sofa slip cover hide your sofa from everyday dirt and grime while keeping it looking fantastic for guests. Sofa slipcovers can be a great way for you to hide a bad or mismatched piece of old furniture or help save a new one.
To sew the slipcover for the muslin pattern, follow the steps in the drawing above. Finishing the details on a slipcover are the same as for garment construction. Hems look nice when invisibly sewn by and or topstitched on a machine. Buttons and loops work nicely for closures, as do heavy snaps or Velcro. And you can accessorize your chair with a pillow or two, using leftover or complimentary fabric.
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