Cushions, Slipcovers

Striped Chair & Pattern Matching

This chair was a fun challenge.  I often have to ease my way into a chair....to get into the "zone".   I start this process by inspecting the fabric for flaws and design, making the cording, cutting the pieces for the chair, loading bobbins of thread, getting my tools gathered in the different work areas, writing… Continue reading Striped Chair & Pattern Matching

Cushions, Slipcovers

Special Delivery (A Tale of Two Chairs)

Well, this was a first (and hopefully the last) type of experience in delivering a finished slipcover. With the Coronavirus on the rise, the "normal" way of doing business suddenly got turned on it's head and forced us all to look at our processes a little differently. More on that later, but now on to… Continue reading Special Delivery (A Tale of Two Chairs)

Cushions, Slipcovers

Wing Chair Update

This wing chair sat quietly in the corner of this client's living room, unnoticed except for the fact that it was clearly didn't fit into the décor and color scheme, though it filled the need to fill a space.  My client was in the midst of updating a lot of elements of her home and… Continue reading Wing Chair Update

Decorating, Sewing, Slipcovers

From Drab to Fab

I have to admit when I was asked if I could slipcover over these Arhaus chairs, I wasn’t sure it would work. With the attached pillow-type curved back, I knew it would be a challenge.  I took that challenge and was determined to find a solution so that my friend could get updated chairs to… Continue reading From Drab to Fab