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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 5293 (Slipcovers)

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Reviewed by:AnitaJJ

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Posted on:1/2/11 4:46 PM
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CypGrl said... (1/4/11 1:43 PM) Reply
So glad to see your finished cover after following progress on your blog. Looks fantastic!
CCQ said... (1/3/11 9:58 PM) Reply
Looks great! Thanks for the helpful tips too.
Leslie in Austin said... (1/3/11 5:16 PM) Reply
What a beautiful job!! RE: cost; I just had a new slipcover made for an overstuffed chair. Labor alone cost $650. RE: the extra duck; how about a new ironing board cover or six? ;-)
Diane333 said... (1/3/11 10:19 AM) Reply
Wow, you did a great job. Did you do a price comparison as to how much it would cost to hire someone to do the job? This always makes me feel that it was all worth it.
donna mel said... (1/3/11 6:19 AM) Reply
Thank you so much for you detailed review. I have a couch that needs a slipcover and you have given me the confidence to do it. I would love to know who did the video you mentioned, as that is the best way for me to learn. I will be reading your blog entries for help as soon as I get started.
AnneMarie60 said... (1/2/11 10:26 PM) Reply
Amazing transformation. Expert job!
craftygamma said... (1/2/11 7:26 PM) Reply
Very nice job! I love your staging scene.
Terri A said... (1/2/11 6:18 PM) Reply
What a fabulous amazing job you did. I am not a home-dec girl. Intimidating to say the least! But yours turned out GREAT!
missytexas said... (1/2/11 6:02 PM) Reply
Absolutely beautiful!!! The combination with the green pillows is also gorgeous - right up my alley. :) I have sewn a slipcover for my love-seat as well in a nice white-ish fabric I got on sale, and I couldn't agree more that it is VERY rewarding. Thanks for sharing all the photos and steps!
Peggy said... (1/2/11 6:02 PM) Reply
You did an amazing job. The slipcovers look like they were professionally made. Congratulations.
Dmd4106 said... (12/25/10 4:07 AM) Reply
Great work. Excellent fit. Can't wait to see the finished pc.
CallMeSu said... (12/23/10 5:08 PM) Reply
betty bushwacker said... (12/23/10 10:00 AM) Reply
I can't thank you enough for the pictures and explanations as you went along, they're SO helpful. If you can make your loveseat look like this, maybe there's hope for mine yet!
MarianS said... (12/23/10 2:31 AM) Reply
WOW! That's excellent! I'm inspired...I have a couch & loveseat that really needs these!
ColorMeHome said... (12/23/10 0:52 AM) Reply
What a beautiful transformation! Looks like a new couch!
Annette1 said... (12/22/10 11:12 PM) Reply
WOW, what a CHARMING little nook you've created, so cozy and cheerful. I love it!
quathy said... (12/22/10 8:27 PM) Reply
Very nice! Your sofa looks so cute!!!
ReginaLit said... (12/22/10 5:54 PM) Reply
Very Nice!!!
Cody7 said... (12/22/10 5:43 PM) Reply
You have done a great job on your slipcover. It looks so professional.
Leslie in NZ said... (12/22/10 1:29 PM) Reply
Wow. What a fabulous result!! I read your blog, it was very informative. How long has the love seat taken you?
Bunsnpigs said... (12/22/10 12:33 PM) Reply
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