FAQ: How To Sew A Cover For Round Ottoman?

Ottoman Cover

JoAnn Fabrics has chosen 30 bloggers to create a project using quilting fabric in honor of National Sewing Month. One blogger decided to make an ottoman cover, while another created a reversible headboard cover and a no-sew window treatment.

supplies needed:

Cut fabric for the skirt and a bias strip to cover the cord for piping. I ironed on lightweight fusible interfacing to give the quilting fabric more body so it falls well.

How do you reupholster a circle ottoman?

What is the Best Way to Recover a Round Ottoman?

  1. Measure the circumference of the ottoman and add 4 inches to the measurement.
  2. Stick the straight pin through the fabric, leaving enough room for the tail end of the measuring tape to make a circle around the pin while staying on the fabric.
  3. Cut the circle out and set it aside.

How much fabric do I need to cover an ottoman?

Divide the measurement by 36 to get the number of yards required; for example, if the pattern pieces cover a 72-inch-long area of floor, divide 72 by 36 to get 2, which is the number of yards of 54-inch-wide fabric required for the ottoman.

How much does it cost to reupholster an ottoman?

Ottomans are frequently tufted and have details like nailhead trim, and these things can take a lot of work. Prices can range from $1,000 to $500, depending on the size of the piece and the amount of fabric used.

How do you make a homemade footstool?

Place a large square of decorative upholstery fabric on a flat surface with the wrong side facing up, then place your footstool on top of the fabric, with the foam on the bottom.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *