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Video Slipcover Tutorial Series Part 2 – Cutting Fabric

Welcome to part two of the slipcover video tutorial series!  If you missed part one, how to make custom piping, make sure you go back and watch it first.
In part two, I share some tricks on cutting the drop cloth and show where to position piping on the chair.  Enjoy!
Here is a full transcript of this video – MMS-Slipcover-Part2
Ooo…I mention wanting to get a serger sewing machine in this video and guess what?  I received an e-mail from a local reader (who didn’t know I wanted one) who asked if I wanted her gently used Berina serger machine.  Um…yeah!  Thanks so, so much Winnie!

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  1. Sarah says:

    First of all, thank you so much for your tutorial. One quick question, when doing a slipcover for a couch do you just have ribbons in the back middle to tie it together or at the back middle of each section of the couch (so if the couch has two cushions, you’d have two sets of ribbons or three cushions would have three sets of ribbons). Hope this makes sense. If you only have it open in the back middle, wouldn’t it be hard to get the cover on and off? Thanks so much in advance.

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