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  • Folding Loose Covers

    Somewhere, sometime ago, I saw an article showing how to fold up and store loose covers. I don't know if it was on this forum or somewhere else. Has anyone else seen this, or got a method of their own?
    Julie
    Julie

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    Re: Folding Loose Covers

    I've not seen that Julie, and would be very interested. I always try to keept the skirts flat and unwrinkled, on the basis that all the other pieces will be stretched over the furniture and creases in the skirts will be very noticable. So lay out with the skirts level and fold in each arm towards the centre then fold in half etc. But I hate folding the pesky things!
    Regards
    Pen
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    Pen Harrison
    Colly Brook Fine Furnishings

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    • #3
      Re: Folding Loose Covers

      This is how I fold them too
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      Mairi

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      • #4
        Re: Folding Loose Covers

        This is a link to a site showing how to fold folding slipcovers.

        http://www.diyslipcovers.co.uk/article6.php


        Andrea
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        Andrea

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        • #5
          Re: Folding Loose Covers

          Well, there we are. Our method has been officially approved :P
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          Pen Harrison
          Colly Brook Fine Furnishings

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          • #6
            Re: Folding Loose Covers

            Thanks for finding that link - i remember now that I got confused after step 3 where he brought the arms into the centre. Step 4 I cannot work out what has happened to the arm after that!! I cannot even practice as my back has gone and I have got hubby to drape the cover over some step ladders to stop the chenille creasing. I got it finished and the client decided that she does not want it for another month!!

            Julie
            Julie

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