I’m booked till January! Please email me to get on my list for January. Thanks!
My client wanted to transform her chair into a polka dot wingback. She chose a great grey and cream barkcloth fabric which shaped all the curves perfectly.
Chair–AFTER! 4″ box pleat skirt along the bottom to finish it off.
Wingbacks can be tricky with the tuckins on the inside wings. This fabric bent and shaped well, so it went great.
IF you want tips on wingbacks or doing a box pleat skirt. Check out my Advanced Slipcover Guide. “Get it Covered” offers these tips as well as many more on matching, rounded inside back chairs, different skirts, on site fittings, etc. It’s an instant download.
If you aren’t ready for advanced tips. I also have a “How to Slipcover” DVD that teaches you the basics and walks you through doing a basic rolled arm chair with piping, cushion, and skirt. It’s a great skill to learn to freshen up your home and update your space.
Side notes– I’ve been obsessed and working hard on my camper! Yesterday I finally got to sew the awning out of 20 oz outdoor fabric, while Heber did the hard part and figured out how to install the flag pole brackets. He had to cut open the walls inside and put in extra bracing.We finished right before dark and I was able to set it up and get a pic. I’ve been envisioning this whole awning part for 6 weeks–so it was exciting to see it come together! I couldn’t be happier.
I will be renting out the camper starting next spring for $75/night. You hook it up and take it where you want. NO bathroom. Sleeps 2 adults and 3-4 smaller kids. If you want to get on the reservation calendar before I officially get it set up on Airbnb send me an email. I’ll do an official post with more pics in the next few weeks.