For those who love, make and enjoy slipcovers for furniture.
Very nice, Karen. Sunbrella has no stretch at all, if I recall - not the easiest fabric to work with.On the T part of the deck... did you just cut around that inside corner? Or is there a separate piece? I ask because I always make a mess there. and am thinking about using another piece of fabric for the T.
This fabric was actually great to work with, but yes no stretch.The t area I usually do in one piece, but if you mess up you can always added that part.One piece just keeps it simplier.
HI KarenVery nice slipcover!Did you use one piece for the IA and OA? I don't see a seam. Seems like it would be easier and still looks great.
I'm interested in knowing that, too. Wouldn't the arms and sides need to be perfectly square/perpendicular to each other? How'd you do it?I've had such trouble with one-piece T-cushion decks that I'm giving up even trying. I'm re-drafting the one I'm working on to have a two-piece T. *bleah*
The arm had a slight slop but I was still able to drap the fabric and not put a seam on the outside arm.The fabric had little stretch, and that is why it may have worked.If I don't have to put a seam because of fabric pattern then I pass on using a seam.Hope this helps
I am going to have to try that next time.Thanks
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