Slipcovers

Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 7 – The Outside Back

Whoo Hoo!  I'm now back to the Outside Back! I pin the Outside Back piece all the way around.  This is the technique I learned in the slip covering class and I will have to say it is quite brilliant! I have no idea if this is an original technique of Karen Erikson or if… Continue reading Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 7 – The Outside Back

Slipcovers

Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 6 – The Inside Back

I'm all finished with the arms.  Whew!!!  That took a while but I'm all finished with that phase on this chair!!! Yeah Me! As it turned out the left side did come out much better then the right side. The extra marking really helped and the sewing was much faster too. Now it's time to… Continue reading Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 6 – The Inside Back

Sewing, Slipcovers

Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 5 – Inside Arm

Now it's the INSIDE ARM's turn.  I cut a rectangle the size of the inside arm and pin and trim up the piece until it is molded into shape. I clip the curves, especially this deep arm curve.  On the left side of the chair I am outlining the Outside Arm and the Inside Arm… Continue reading Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 5 – Inside Arm

Slipcovers

Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 3 – The Outside Back

I made 10 yards of continuous bias to cover one of the packages of cording last night. I guess I was just being a little bit lazy, or in the mood of not wanting to concentrate too much so I just used the pattern piece that came in the envelope.  It's so funny, I KNOW… Continue reading Save the Cat Slipcover Project – Part 3 – The Outside Back