Trend Slipcovered Ottoman of Your Room
Thing flyers slipcovered ottoman to hide an unsightly ottoman or change the appearance of your room. Ruffled sleeves have a flowing background that can be pulled up to access storage in or under the ottoman. The project requires skills of moderate and hard seam less than an hour to transform the look of your ottoman. You may want to sew two covers that can have an extra cover to put on the ottoman in the wash day.
Determine the length and width of the top of the ottoman. Add 1 inch to each measurement of half-inch seam and note the number. Determine the height from the ground to the top and increase the value by 1 inch to 1/2-inch seams and note the number. Determine the circumference around the slipcovered ottoman with a flexible tape measure to get an accurate measurement. Measurement multiplied by 1.5 moderately ruffled skirts or multiplies by 2 for a full skirt with ruffles. Note the number on a piece of paper.
Cut pieces of cloth to the slipcovered ottoman using the measurement in Step 1 to the top piece of fabric and measurements in steps 2 and 3 for the ruffled skirt. Thing multiple pieces of cloth stitched half-inch to get the right size ruffled skirt, if necessary. Sew a zigzag or serge edge along the raw edge of the seam to reduce fraying. Pin the right sides of the skirt piece together along the short ends to make a loop. Sew a seam along with half-inch loop and finish with zigzag or overclock stitch.
Increase the stitch length on your sewing machine to the longest setting and sew along the upper edge of the skirt tie about 1/2 inch from the edge and cut the threads so that there is at least 4 inches hanging Seam. Sew a second row of about 1/4 inch from the top edge, leaving long threads. Gather skirt pulling a thread of each row of sewing while pushing the fabric along the seam. Be careful that the thread while collecting skirt is not broken. Gather the skirt until the top is the same circumference as the ottoman. Pin skirt top slipcovered ottoman, matching right sides together. Sew a seam along with half-inch piece and finish the edges with a zigzag stitch or overlock.Fold the bottom edge of the skirt 1/4 inch to the back and holding iron. Fold the fabric another 1/4 inch and iron to hold. Sew the hem along the first fold