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March 27, 2011

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laeroport

Your idea of "easing back in" is a slipcover? wow! It looks great and I love love love the little pillow. I have a thrifted wingback chair that needs a slipcover thanks to two scratching cats, but I'm scared to tackle that. And lazy.

Auntie Kim

Looks awesome sis!

Ladona Blanchard

Apparently I missed the post about baby #3! Exciting! I love the chair, it looks great.

miss chris

@Lori: well, it really did need attention. And I thought it would be a quick and dirty project. (Which it was... Even though it took all weekend! Ha.) Lets see how long it is before I hem it. ;) xo

Katherine of Kitten's Lost Her Mittens

It looks great! Glad you had a productive weekend.

natalie

Looks great Chris! We have a chair with a seasonal pillow case (4 seasons and 3 holidays= 7). I couldn't imagine how much I'd love a chair. If you have the time, you should totally do it and I'll live vicariously through you. Please, please, do. I love the patten of the original linen, it would be beautiful in the fall. Too bad it didn't wear well. Good to know about fabrics and popular chairs. I have an ottoman to cover. Glad you're back : )

Catherine Denton

So pretty! I have a couch I'd love to slipcover.

Heather

t looks fantastic. I am impressed. I currently want to make some pillows for the chairs at our kitchen table. I am very much still in the thinking about camp.

Erin

Love it! And, yes your chair should most certainly have clothes. Because, well, why not?

Dalai Lina

I'm so glad you are out of the fog :) I loved seeing you last week!

Alicia A.

I think it looks great!

And yes. Unfortunately I need to make a new slipcover for the world's longest couch. I've washed the first one so many times that it's starting to fray at the edges. Boo. I am NOT looking forward to it.

mary

Awww, congrats on your pregnancy. I bet your house is teeming with girl power! : )
LOVE the chair and the slipcover, you did an awesome job! Very elegant. Keep the good stuff coming.

Jessie

oh. my. goodness. I totally missed your announcement. Congratulations, you lovely thing! I'm so excited for you!!

beki

way to go! now i want to get to my many slipcover projects (always). First up is a chair for my bedroom. It is my goal to get my bedroom finished by the fall...I MUST!!

miss chris

Beki: you know I had you in mind when I asked that, didnt you??! I can only imagine what gorgeousness you have planned for your master. Ive got two more parsons chairs to cover... Not very exciting. xo

jane

Gosh, I wish I could do this. I love the last picture so much! beautiful!

amy h

It looks great -- pretty close to perfect, I'd say! I don't have any slipcovers waiting, but I do have 9 dining chairs in need of new seat upholstery. I even have the fabric (but not the foam+batting). They've been waiting a loooong time.

erin

go you! it looks fantastic!
i've got headboards to upholster and then bedskirts to make. those count as slip covers right? ;)

Kitchen

Great blog. Love the photos.
Thanks
Jocelyn

George

Great job on the recovering of the seat! Love how it turned out.

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