Easy Ottoman Slipcover

Our poor ottoman has taken a beating over the years from a rambunctious beagle and a toddler. It was time for a facelift!

I found this gorgeous table cloth on clearance for $7.00! The best part about using a table cloth for a slipcover......NO Hemming Required!! I measured the ottoman and cut out my pieces..making sure to utilize the hemmed edge of the table cloth.

The sides are sewn together first. I tried it on the ottoman to make sure it fit.

The top was sewn on next and the seams pressed. A quick and easy project! Now I need some new pillows ; )

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  1. Amy this is amazing! I've been wanting to cover ours but had no idea how to do it - now I know - Thanks:)

  2. Great job! I love a good slipcover. Visiting from TT & J

  3. Love it! What an easy fix! Come by and say hi sometime!

  4. Amy you are now my new favorite blogger! LOL okay I just bought a new dining room set after moving into our new house 7 weeks ago. It's the restoration hardware style farmhouse table with four chairs and 72 in long leather tufted bench! My kids get crumbs on it and I see little greasy prints on it and I am constantly scrubbing it and cringing (okay sometimes I scream too lol). I've resorted to throwing a flat sheet over it cause I don't want it ruined! I have been trying to figure out in my head how I could make a cover for it and you just showed me!!! I LOVE YOU FOREVER! I would be thrilled to have you share this at my VIP party this weekend =) http://designergarden.blogspot.com/2011/04/vip-party-10.html

  5. Ha ha....glad to help out Sommer!! I linked up to your party : )

  6. What an awesome makeover!! I am so envious of people who can sew/create. I just buy from people like you ;)


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