Could I not come up with a longer title? Seriously. I have gotten so many emails from all of you thanking me for the tutorial I posted about almost 2 years ago. I’m so glad it has helped so many of you. And I absolutely LOVE seeing all the pics of your slips! I’ve also gotten tons of questions…that I just felt like I couldn’t answer in one post. So, I decided to write a more elaborate ebook because inquiring minds want to know all the innermost workings of how to make their very own custom slipcover. There are also detailed pictures because if you’re like me…you’re a visual learner and you need to SEE how it’s done. I’ve been working on this for over a month. I’m a slow writer, then I would procrastinate by baking brownies and then eating them…all the while googling what Rob Pattinson is up to. Just sayin’.
So…here it is and you know you’re dying to be conversant in how to sew those inside corners of the frame together! I am a self taught custom slipcover-er. I learned through trial and error and hopefully this book will give you the in’s and out’s so you won’t have to waste fabric like I have or other mishaps I’ve made. I really just want you to benefit from my mistakes and encourage you that you CAN do it! You can make a slipcover even with the most very basic sewing skills. You can have a new sofa for a pint-sized price. If you want to update your home for spring, this is the most economical and dramatic change you can make!
I can’t wait to see all your pictures. I’ve set up a forum on ning. You can add pictures of your slips, we can chat, everyone can post questions and we can answer each other and give tips. It’s like a little slipcover community.
Oh Snap!…here is a free link to an Upholstery Chart. It also tells you how much to buy for bedding, shower curtains…etc. I meant to put it in the book, but I was googling RPattz.
So click on that little “add cart” button and for only $10, you too can know how to make your very own slipcover!