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 cus...
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!
I know it's been a while since I've written a blog post, but that doesn't mean I haven't been sewing anything! The past month or so has flown by and I'm so happy to have the kids started on another year of school and have us all back to a regular routine.
These wingback chairs were one of my favorite projects to slipcover from the past few months. The curvy lines and just the difference that a solid neutral fabric made in their appearance was so much fun for me to see!
Here's another fun project that has a dramatic before and after. As you can see from below, the scrolled back chair has quite a dark floral upholstery. The new slipcover is made from a creamy colored heavy weight textured fabric.
Over the next few weeks, I'm going to add pictures of past projects that I've had the pleasure of working on. Up first is a loveseat and ottoman that were really well made (I think they were made by Ethan Allen Furniture), they just needed an update in fabric.