STANDARD size Tula Slipcover Printable Pattern & Tutorial- with leg panels, hood access instructions and seat darts (no elastic)


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This listing is for a STANDARD size Tula reversible slipcover PATTERN & TUTORIAL.

**This is NOT a finished product, but a digital download printable pattern and tutorial to make your own**

The long awaited release of the Crafty Mama Customs slipcover pattern is here! This slipcover design features separate leg panels for a more authentic look, seat darts for an optimal fit, NO unsightly elastic casing at the bottom, and hidden snaps at the sides to close.

The design is FULLY reversible, and there is a bonus section at the end of the tutorial that explains how/where to install camouflaged buttonholes for hood access (the buttonhole directions require a buttonhole foot and assumes that the user is familiar with how it works)

This purchase includes the following THREE downloads:
1 pdf printable Standard Slipcover Pattern- uses 4 pieces of paper
1 pdf file Standard Slipcover Tutorial, featuring clear directions with high quality photos of each step
1 pdf file Alternate edge finishes (for those who do not have a serger or overlock stitch setting on their sewing machine)

Buyers are welcome to sell slipcovers made from the pattern. Credit to the "Crafty Mama Customs" pattern is much appreciated, but not required.

Please do not share, publish or reproduce ANY part of the pattern/tutorial pdfs. I have hundreds of hours put into the creation and perfecting of this pattern, and am very proud of all that hard work!

This pattern/tutorial is well suited for a beyond-beginner sewer. You will want to have mastered your basic machine settings, and completed a few projects before attempting the slipcover. Creating a "practice" cover with scrap fabric is HIGHLY recommended to master the steps/method!

Equipment required:
-Sewing machine
-Overlock stitch on sewing machine OR zigzag stitch OR Pinking (zigzag) Scissors
-2 x 18x22” pieces of fabric for the main panels
-2 x 8x4” pieces of fabric (leg panels)
-Coordinating Thread
-Snaps or Velcro (snaps recommended)
-Fading ink fabric marker
-OPTIONAL- Buttonhole foot/automatic buttonhole setting on your machine. This is not necessary, but will allow you an easy way to attach your hood through the slipcover
-OPTIONAL- "fray stop" or similar for reinforcing buttonholes
-Patience. Although this pattern is not difficult, there are steps where you will want to take a "slow and steady" approach
for best results.

Please note- because this is a digital pattern, refunds will not be offered after purchase. If you are having trouble with any part of the process, please contact me via Etsy, facebook or email- I am happy to help!

Lastly, please follow and "like" my facebook page for coupon codes, my latest projects and upcoming pattern release news!!

    Average review
    Apr 18, 2018 by Flavia Anderson
    Love the pattern! I decided to make a practice one first, because it looked a little scary. But taking it slow it turned out beautiful! I can’t waot to make more. My only complaint would be that I wish some of the pictures were from further out so you could see where it’s talking about. But I figured it. Thank you!
    Apr 18, 2018 by Britney Page
    Having a hard time figuring it out
    Mar 24, 2018 by ddaa1
    adorable and well thought out instructions.
    Mar 11, 2017 by Lili Poelzer
    Feb 20, 2017 by Erin Graham

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