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This white hemp canvas looks and feels like designer linen fabric. It’s not only gorgeous it’s also strong and long wearing, making it ideal for washable slipcovers that get daily use. Read my review and get helpful tips for cutting and sewing with it. This week I’m making a slipcover replacement for an oversized armchair…
These slipcover seam finishes will keep fabric raw edges from fraying and prolong the life of your custom-made covers. Launder your slipcovers with confidence knowing they won’t unravel at the seams. When I deconstruct an old slipcover to use it as a pattern, I notice right away all of the usual signs of age. Most…
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….