The makeover in the "Master" continues....
Here's a simple seat cover tutorial...
it’s similar to the DIY post of my painted seat covers ....
~ Paint: I used an interior latex paint in a satin finish: Bone White by Ben Moore
~Fabric: "Damask Grey" exclusively for JoAnn Fabric
~ Measuring tape
~ Staple gun (or hot glue gun)
Remove the seat from its' frame.....
Make sure the “right side” of your seat and the ”wrong side” of your fabric are facing each other before you adhere the fabric to the seat.
I used a small staple gun for this project but a glue gun will do the job just as well.
Start by folding one edge of fabric over and stapling it to the wood. It helps to lay your seat on a hard surface and use firm, even pressure as you staple.
I staple every 3 inches or so. Next, staple the opposite side of the seat and be sure to pull your fabric “taught” before stapling.
Now you’re ready for the other 2 “sides” of the seat and your “corner folds.”
Fold the fabric as you would when wrapping a present. Staple where you would normally use “tape.” Repeat this step for all 4 corners of your seat.
I'm making progress and will be sharing a
"How To Make Your Own Bedskirt" tutorial and also some of my painted furniture pieces real soon.
In the meantime...Happy Weekend Mes Amies!