Every spring, I get an insatiable urge to do DIY around the house. Of course, the usual spring cleaning bender is in there too, but that doesn’t quite quench my thirst. Continue reading
Finally, the last part of the sofa cover tutorial. Thanks for waiting so patiently!
This is a lot easier than you might think, so don’t allow yourself to feel intimidated by the project. Just take it in baby steps. Continue reading
When making these slipcovers, you’ll be working on them inside out with seams facing you.
How to Sew Cushion Slipcovers:
Take a cushion off the sofa and measure the length, height and depth. Make sure you add a generous seam allowance to those measurements. The drop cloth fabric is good but has a relatively loose weave, so add about 3cm or more for each seam. Continue reading
Something about the idea of sewing a couch slipcover is hugely daunting. Maybe it’s the sheer size of it or perhaps it’s the awkward shapes, but it sounds like something for the experts.
That’s totally not the case. This is actually a project I would put at beginner level. Surprising, right?! Continue reading
It’s finished! My pink couch now has a custom made slipcover and I love it. Fully washable and being cotton, this can easily be dyed if I find white a frustrating colour with the kids around. Now I just need some funky big cushions for it. Continue reading
I’m in the midst of making a slip cover for my pink sofa out of painters canvas drop cloth (new ones, of course). Continue reading
I think I like bunting. Maybe even … REALLY like it. Continue reading
16 pairs of jeans and lots of fabric scraps = an heirloom quilt for Poppets first birthday! Continue reading