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Author: mukluk Two stars, 250 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 4656  
Subject: Re: Question on Reupholstery for VesperLynd Date: 3/25/2004 6:48 AM
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I'm a pretty handy seamstress but am intimidated by the thought of making my own fitted slipcover for it. (Actually, I go back and forth: I can do this! I'm sure I can do this! I'll just get some bargain cotton duck and make my own slipcover. What a handy skill this would be to have. And then I chicken out and do nothing.)

Hey Freelancer,

If I can do this you sure can. Its not a difficult job, just time-consuming. If you watch Trading Spaces you know the drill: Wrap the fabric around the couch inside out; pin to fit; and sew along the pin lines. Then cover the cushions.

Give it a try!
Mo.
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