Hi, Alice, Something I've learned is: where there's a will, there's a way! Fortunately, the Handy Stitch is fairly inexpensive (less than $20.00) I believe. If it doesn't work for slipcovers, you could use it for a variety of other jobs.
Slipcover fabrication is the "bread and butter" of my sewing business http://littlebug903.wix.com/mysite. It's a good little side income for something I really love to do. If you have any questions about a slipcover project, please let me know. I'm here for you. Sincerely, Peg
Hello, Alice, Thank you for your question! The machine I used in the tutorial was purchased by my sister through a TV ad. I made the tutorial for her with no idea that so many of my youtube viewers would find it helpful. I believe machines like this can be purchased from Amazon.com. I don't own a Handy Stitch myself. Please stay in touch; I'd love to hear how this works out. Sincerely, Peg