Published at Tuesday, 02 July 2019. Sofas & Couches. By Rachele Dello Russo.
Smooth fabric from the back into the shoulder crevices to achieve a form‐fitting appearance. We recommend using sure Fitz tuck one's tools to smooth the material better and keep the seat cushions tucked securely into place. Pull the back corners of the slipcover into place using the elastic closures at the two back corners.
If your furniture is smaller in length than the cover creates a crease in the center of the skirt to use up the excess fabric. Tuck‐ins smooth any extra fabric into the back and arm crevices creating pleats where necessary.
Remove the seat cushions and set to one side with the seat cushion cover. Drape the slipcover over the furniture using the center front and center back stoning labels to help guide you in positioning the lid correctly. Line up the back side of the cover straight across just touching the floor. Locate the arm positioning labels and place the arm sections over the contours of your furniture. Note that the arm construction on this style is two separate pieces allowing for custom‐like adjustability for both arm width and height. Adjust the front skirt of the cover to touch the floor.
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