Make Easy Ottoman Slipcovers from One Pattern

When I think of a brilliant little project idea, I’m jsut tickled to death. A while back I bought this small round rattan ottoman from a thrift store in Iowa City. I knew it would be the perfect size and shape for an easy slipcover project. Did I say a slipcover project? I meant infinite slipcover projects. However, I really only made two.
But think of this, you can use any ottoman base, nice or grungy, for the base and make as many slipcovers as you want. The red and white felt applique feels kind of crafty and organic while the light blue and white pleated linen gives off a boudoir vibe with the dressmaker details. It’s formulaic, my dears; one pattern, infinite possibilities. See the full post I did waayyyyyyyyy back on Apartment Therapy.

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3 Responses to Make Easy Ottoman Slipcovers from One Pattern

  1. Cat says:

    i LUV these!!!!!!! brilliant

  2. Chris says:

    Love these slip covers, so much class, not to mention the work involved.

  3. tom says:

    Thanks for posting this article. found it very useful.