If you are living with pet cats, one of the concerns you might have in keeping your home looking good is their scratching behavior. Cats naturally have to scratch and ‘trim’ their claws in the process, and while you can buy scratching posts from pet supply stores, there are times when your cat would still rather sink their claws on other things like your upholstered furniture.
Whether you’ve settled into a super traditional space with rich leathers and dark hues, a mid-century modern oasis in your corner of suburbia, or a cozy country vibe in the heart of downtown, you can give it a winter wonderland makeover and transport you – and whatever company you’re welcoming – to an enchanted place and time.
We know your upholstery is just one part of a space and a vibe. More importantly, it’s part of a lifestyle. So as much as we here at KOVI strive to be your go-to for all things upholstery we also strive to save you time and the extra work involved not just in choosing fabrics but also in making the furniture and the space those fabrics live in work.
To correctly sew trim on a pillow, you should first choose the best and most appropriate trim that is within your sewing skills to add to your pillow. Next, you should pre-shrink the trimmings to ensure it doesn’t shrink when you sew it on. After this, you should carefully pin the trim in place, making sure that you carefully fold box pleats on the corners or cut away excess trim.