The other day I got the urge to make a Reformation door mat. So I did.
Our final video in this Chair Project series addresses making a no-sew upholstered cushion with piping.
Our next video in this Chair Project series addresses making and attaching decorative piping.
Our next video in this Chair Project series addresses attaching the batting and fabric with upholstery staples, and cutting foam for a cushion.
Our next video in this Chair Project series addresses 1) What to consider when choosing a fabric for your project, and 2) Determining how much fabric and other supplies are needed.
A few months ago I found this chair on Facebook Marketplace... It was one of those love at first finds and I rapidly hit the "Is this still available?" message button, expecting it to already be gone. Lo and behold, it was still available and the sweet lady was even willing to deliver it to … Continue reading Chair Reupholstery Project Part 1: Deconstruction
As my son and I stood in the kitchen making our pumpkin pie the other day, I began to reflect upon what that space looked like two years ago at this time - completely gutted.
I had been looking for something to break up all the white. I mean, I love the brightness of my white kitchen - it's what I've always wanted - but it just needed some contrast.
One of my son's favorite books right now is "The Little Engine That Could." Having read this story a number of times (okay, a lot), it was the first thing that popped into my head when trying to figure out how to describe the transformation of this dining set.
I am SO excited to finally get to share this with you all today! I can't believe it finally happened! So, back in June, I bought this little cherry bench off Facebook Marketplace...