By Meredith Heaton. Slipcovers. Published at Friday, June 22nd, 2018 - 04:12:42 AM.
When Should you Buy Sofa Slipcovers? Your sofa is a wreck. The seat cushions are awful and the armrests look bad from years of sweaty palms and hair products left behind when you used it as a head rest for afternoon naps. You have done everything you can think of. Steam cleaned, shampooed and vacuumed. While the sofa smells almost brand-new, it is hopelessly stained with dark discoloring that no deep cleaning seems to remove or lighten up. But you can change the entire appearance with one simple sofa slipcover.
Look at the Seat - Now you need to look at the seating cushions. Most chairs or couches have some standard shaped seats: squares, rectangles or blocks with curves at the back or "T-shape" tips at the front. Sure Fit slipcovers come in a variety of styles from a one piece, a two-piece with a separate seat cover or a three-piece with separate covers for the couch base, seat cushion and back. Of course there are other ready-made cover vendors other than the Sure Fit slipcover company but you get what you pay for. So if you want slipcovers that are semi-custom fitted, washable and come in a wide selection of patterns, colors and styles than you really can’t do better than Sure Fit slipcovers.
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.
"Drape" a muslin pattern - Have on hand pieces of muslin large enough to accommodate each pattern piece needed for your chair slipcover. Position the chair on the floor or on a table so that you can work comfortably. Smooth the fabric over the seat; pin folds, ripples, and puckers into darts where needed. Mark the centerline from back to front, then work on one-half of the chair. Trace a stitching line from the chair seat, mark around the arms and back, cut out with a seam allowance, and clip corners. Use strips of muslin to make bands, positioning and pinning them to the seat.
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