By Gaby Couturier. Wingback Chair. Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 07:28:10 AM.
If you're looking to make your own wingback chair slipcovers, here are some methods you can follow to improve your results, while having a lot of fun. What's great about this is that there are any number of different ways and means to get going and improve your chances of crafting a slipcover that will amaze and delight anyone who is watching.
First ask your self this question - Do you have the patience to finish this project. Do you have enough experience with sewing and cutting so you don't make a mess of the tailoring process. Many people end up with unfinished slip covers because they simply lack the time or initiative to complete a process well-begun. They might have run into roadblocks and don't want to take the effort to try to resolve the problems.
You must also first ensure that you have all the tools and instruments that will be required to create a wingback chair slipcover of your imagination. Do you have a sewing machine? How about a needle and thread, swathes of fabric and scissors? It may seem obvious, but not getting all these things ready can delay your progress and simply planning a few steps ahead will make your life easier.
Have you seen the Sure Fit Simply Suede Wing Chair Slipcover in slate color? This item is only sold at $35.98 today, and it's a great deal for your old and worn out chair. If you have an ottoman, you can purchase it separately. To ensure that it compliments your slate slipcover, you can buy Maytex Collin Stretch Slipcover Ottoman for $25.46. The color is quite similar to that of the Simply Suede Wing Chair Slipcover.
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