Stone Slipcovered Wingback and Sofa

Here's a sofa and wingback chair that I slipcovered in a heavy weight stone colored canvas. I wish I had a picture of the sofa before I got started on it but I must have forgotten. Oops! As you can see from the picture below, the sofa had a bunch of pillows as back cushions and they were a mixture of upholstery fabrics. That's what the upholstery on the couch looked like, too. I really like the box pleats going around the corner of the couch. The fabric color was much more like the picture above than below. These pieces left before I could take too many pictures outside...we had a rainy, cool week I worked on these. And here's the wingback chair. The fabric was quite stiff and thick to go ar

French Welt Cushion

Earlier this week, I worked on a cushion for a client with French welting. Instead of piping, a folded piece of fabric is inserted into the seam. It's a neat look and hopefully I get to try it again soon! This is the plaid cushion before the new cover. My client is deconstructing the chair and tufting it to give it a Restoration Hardware look. Should be pretty neat!

Denim Blue Slipcovered Chair

A few weeks ago, I made a pair of matching slipcovers for this chair. My client has two of these chair but brought me one to fit twice. The fabric was getting quite worn and dirty, so a slipcover will be a great way to give this piece a new life! The fabric is from BigDuckCanvas.com. It's their denim blue 10oz. canvas. That scrolled back on the chair back is such a nice detail to accent with the slipcover!

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