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I thought it was smart! March 26, 2010

Filed under: Sewing adventures,Uncategorized — fromdeemsideout @ 12:09 am

I just can’t wait any longer to share my latest project!

In my family, we have a table and 6 matching chairs that have made the rounds, and each one has recovered the chairs to make them her own. Well, about a year ago, I found my turn with this beautiful set, but couldn’t quite decide what I wanted for the new cushions. Until…..a few weeks ago, I found what I wanted! I’m in love with this fabric, and I found it at Hobby Lobby (a store I frequent). Here’s the finished product.

 

Well, of course, there was leftover material that must be used, right?

In the meantime, my daughter has gotten to the point that we needed a highchair. My parents generously offered my old highchair for her use. It is a wonderful old fashioned wooden chair with wooden tray. When I say wonderful, I mean better than wonderful…..magnificent!

Lightbulb!

The highchair needs a cushion too….and I have leftover material from the kitchen chairs!!!! Woo Hoo….. After racking my brain (I’m new to sewing), I decide to just start drawing and cutting and hopefully it’ll work out. In the end, what I made was basically 2 slightly stuffed pillows with ribbons for tying onto the chair. I am very proud of it, and I hope that it inspires you to make something that you’ll be just as proud of.

Enjoy!

Em

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4 Responses to “I thought it was smart!”

  1. That fabric is so pretty! I tried to redo a chair once, and failed miserably … this makes me want to try again! lol

    Swinging by from Hodgepodge Friday 🙂

  2. Andrea Says:

    Those look great! Very pretty fabric.

  3. Gay Vaughan Says:

    Yeah! I am so glad you are inspired again. Thank you so much for bringing your hodgepodge to the party! I love seeing what you are up to…and hope you will join again!
    ~Gay~
    itsahodgepodgelife.blogspot.com

  4. Those turned out beautiful. Love the fabric!


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