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Let’s make your worn & loved furniture look new again! I use your original cover as a pattern to create a slipcover replacement.
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Follow my tutorials to learn the simple methods I use to design, select fabric, pin fit furniture, and sew. Create your own custom slipcovers that look beautiful, fit great, and save you money. You can do this!
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In today’s post, I take you through my process of replacing my Ikea Karlstad chair slipcover with a simple DIY one-piece design. Plus I share what went wrong with my fabric choice and how to pin fit the deck without tuck-ins. I’ve been slipcovering furniture for many years but I’ve never made a custom cover for an Ikea chair….
This heavy-duty stonewashed canvas is ideal for slipcovers that get daily use by the entire family, including pets! It’s an excellent alternative to basic cotton canvas when extra durability is needed. Here’s my review. What makes this cotton-poly canvas unique? It’s the stonewashed finish combined with a hardwearing construction that sets this fabric apart from…
Do you want to make a slipcover for your wingback chair but you’re not sure how to pin-fit the “telephone” arms? Learn how to simplify the shape and pin the fabric flat and smooth with these 3 tips. I walked through my local ReStore last week and couldn’t resist taking a photo of this striking…