Simple-to-Sew Slipcovers and Cover-Ups
Whether you're trying to show off a piece of furniture or to generate some secret storage space, slipcovers do the trick...beautifully! Try this imaginative collection of sewing projects for new looks, facelifts, clever concealers, and special holiday decorations. Projects feature a variety of tablecloths, skirts that decorate and hide, seat cushions, chairback covers, bar stools covers, duvets, as well as embellishments such as pleats, ruffles, shaped hems, ties, and shades, made by stamping, stenciling, embroidery, ribbon trims, and laminating.
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Bar Stool Cushion bias strip bias tape bottom edge button Calculating Yardage chair front Chair Skirt Chapter contrasting band Contrasting fabric cord cover-up coverlet cushion bottom Cut the fabric cut two pieces Decorator fabric desired skirt length double-fold hem drop length duvet cover embroidery embroidery hoop Fabric marker fabric the width fabric width finished front edge front piece grommets Half & Half hem stitch Hems hook and loop lnsert the pillow long edge loop tape Machine-baste Mark the placement marked line Marking pen Matching Prints motif muslin NEED Pattern tracing paper pieces of fabric pillow form Pleated Corners Press the seam presser feet raw edge remaining band seam allowance seam open serger sewing machine sham front side edge skirt piece Skirt with Pleated slipcover top Soft & Flexible stencil Stitch in place Stool Cushion Cover strip of fabric table topper tablecloth tabletop top edge topstitch turn right side Velcro wrong side