How to Make Slipcovers - Nesting Place
hate me, why didn’t I straighten out the slipcover first? I made this beautiful white slipcover last weekend. And by “I” I mean, my friend in real life, Kristi, the slipcover whisperer from Pink and Polka Dot. She is a self taught slip cover queen. And also, the title of this post is a lie. […]
DIY Box Cushion Cover Tutorials
Hello DIY slipcover makers! Today I want to share a few good resources for making your own box cushion covers. I know the thought of measuring, cutting and assembling all of those pieces — t…
How to Print on Fabric
In keeping with my never ending quest to ruin my printer, I have for you today ... How to Print on Fabric. This is part one in a two part post on an easy Easter craft I have for you. This particular technique however can be used for just about
Faux French Grain Sack Fabric
I’ve been obsessing over vintage grain sack fabric for a while now. It is the epitome of shabby chic farmhouse amazingness. Look at it… Just look at it! AMAZEBALLS! I just want to stare…
Vintage High Back Chair
This vintage high back chair has been in my family for as long as I can remember. My parents found it at an auction and it was in their bedroom and our living room at my childhood homes. My Mom had it reupholstered in this sage green many years ago. You can see how faded…
Tips On Making Slipcovers With Drop Cloths | Miss Mustard Seed
Making curtains & home linens out of dropcloths is budget-friendly and they look pretty good, too! Here are some tips on sewing drop cloth slipcovers....
Armchair and Ottoman Slipcover Tutorial :: Including How to Make a Pattern
I bought this Hickory Chair Co. chair and ottoman at Goodwill for $35. Shortly after that, I found 5 yards of $4/yard P. ...
Tips & Tricks for Slipcovering a Recliner
I am five weeks from my due date, and trying my best to finish up projects before the baby arrives! I wasn’t dead-set on anything particular for the nursery, but I did know that I wanted a comfortable upholstered recliner! I shopped around last fall, and was shocked that 1) upholstered gliders are really expensive, and 2) they don’t usually come slipcovered. I wasn’t prepared to spend upwards of $800 for a chair. I also couldn’t believe that a piece of furniture used primarily for nursing…
How to Make Slipcover Patterns - dummies
You can go to the store and buy a slipcover pattern that loosely conforms to the dimensions of your piece of furniture, but making your own pattern allows you to get your slipcover’s curves, contours, width, and length just right. Muslin is a terrific fabric for slipcover planning: Buy more muslin than you think you’ll […]
Check Please Lakeland: Linen hand loom look buffalo plaid fabric.
The look & feel of heavy hand loomed linen from P. Kaufmann Decorator fabric. Perfect for any upholstery, bedding or window treatment project. Durable 51,000 double rubs. 100% poly. Repeat; V10.25 x H9.125 wide