Slipcovers can be a lifesaver – until you see what happens at the dry cleaners. Unfortunately, not all slipcovers have neat, finished, serged seams inside. If the seams have been stitched with a very skimpy seam allowance, a tumble at the dry cleaners will likely leave you frowning when you get them back. Here is a quick little pic-torial to show you how to fix those torn seams yourself and save $$$.
All You Need:
sturdy straight pins
fairly heavy duty sewing machine
seam ripper (possibly)
What you do: