Small sectional couches can often look dated and worn after a few years of use, which caused owners to look for alternative fabric options. Some may choose to have a sectional sofa reupholstered, which is expensive but will see the most professional. As a cheaper alternative, others will choose coatings, which to wash and replace more easily than clothing. However, finished coverings for sectional sofas are a shortage and custom cover orders can be expensive. If you want to save the largest amount of money, you can make your own custom overlay customized according to your sectional couch.
Prepare the couch pattern; remove all pillows from the sofa. Put some lying parts of the sofa in the backward position. Identify each individual piece of clothing and there each company to others of seams. Take the general height and width measurements of each of these pieces, and mark them on a piece of paper. Cut large rectangles of paper for each part of the couch slightly larger than your general dimensions.
Trace along the seam lines of each part, on the paper, to get a more correct shape. If you have any curves to follow, Cut the edges of the paper and then overlap them together to create a dart effect. Removing the other paper pieces as you walk so they do not get in the way. Cut along the drawn lines to get a general paper pattern for each sectional sofa. Make sure you leave extra paper in the edges of the armrests and middle sections that may easy to fold. Transfer paper patterns to thin fabrics, trace 2 inches from the outer edges of paper to create seam allowance.