Friday, January 31, 2014

Slip Cover

Hi all!! I hope you had a great week wherever you may have been. I feel like it flew by!! Seriously I am not sure where my days are going. I have been busy getting some projects accomplished, which always takes up a lot of time, but I enjoy doing them. Last week I showed you the kitchen set I made for my daughter and this week I am going to show you a little share that I updated for her. Eventually I will share with you the entire updated playroom where all these pieces are going to come together. :) I hope to be getting that all finished sometimes soon.

So this is my first time making a slipcover for anything. It was the perfect piece to start on because it was little and I only needed a couple yards of fabric, which isn't too much if I messed up. I was so happy with the outcome and I think I will keep it for a while. Don't look to close though if you might find a few imperfections. For my first time though I was happy that it fit over the chair. :)

For the tutorially all I can say is that I took the two yards of fabric and started to cut and piece it all over the chair. This was really not an exact science...some might have done differently but this worked for me. She loves it and I am happy to cover up the stained, old chair from before. Here are the pictures. I hope you have a lovely weekend!!

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  1. Looks like you did a great job!!! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog hop. Big Hugs ♥

  2. This is sooo fun!! Love the fabric and you did a great job!,

  3. It turned out great and I love the little chair. Thanks for sharing at TTF!

  4. I think you did a great job. Oh how I can't wait to see the finished playroom! I found a little treasure for our playroom under the stairs. The grands are going to love it! It's a cabinet that looks like a little fridge. At least I think it was a cabinet. lol! Thanks for sharing with SYC.