Sunday, February 27, 2011


Some time ago, like months and months, I mentioned this slipcover that I had made. Today I thought I'd show you a better picture and write a bit of a post about it so I can link it up to this:
(I have been having issues with putting button links in here. Not sure what's going on. Sorry.)

The fabric for the slipcover is actually from a couch slipcover that I bought at Walmart on clearance. From that slipcover I covered these chairs,

this ottoman,

this chair,

and made these valances.

This is kind of an older project, but I am currently working on another slipcover project that I'm not sure if I will complete in time to link up or not.

I did think that in a world of white slipcovers, this might be a nice change. Having said that, my current project is drop cloth slipcovers, like everyone else in the world is making right now. I LOVE them.

I'm also linking up here:


Jenn-Lee at Moments said...

LOve it! That's amazing you could do all that with the slipcover for a sofa. Great creative thinking. Good job on the sewing too!

The Hopeless Romantic said...

Hi Molly, Im visiting from "Funky Junk" ,new to ur blog, i have to say u are quite thrify! U got quite a bit outta the one slipcover. They all came out really nice. I also love the different colored chairs. I have to laugh after reading ur bio. I have "cleaned up cracker crumbs" in quite awhile, lol.

⚜ ↁℯℬℬᴵℰ⚜ said...

Hi should join in my newbie linky party going on now. It is all new bloggers with less than 100 followers looking to make new connections. I love your your slip cover, you did a great job!

Farmer's Wyfe said...

Yes, beautiful work!! I found you from your comment on Funkie Junk. You should join the Newbie party. It really helped me!! You have a beautiful blog with LOTS of great things here! Nice to "meet" you! I know how hard it is to get things done with littles underfoot!!

Tara@JustDevineStyle said...

love the slip covered chair. It is so pretty. the fabric looks great! I absolutely love the idea of having different colored kitchen table chairs. The colors you chose are so perfect!

Lynn said...

Wow! I am impressed. I love fabric and especially repurposing it. You take the cake! What a wonderful example of reworking something and being resourceful. I'm visiting from Debbie's Newbie party. I'm your newest follower. I hope you'll visit and follow me too!

Susie said...

Wow! Talk about making the most of something!!! You have done an amazing job you clever girl!
I'm visiting from Debbie's Newbie party. I'm your newest follower. I hope you'll visit and follow me too!

Paula Montalvo said...

So feminine and pretty! Amazing how much you were able to do with the sofa slip cover. Great job! I found you at Debbie Doos newbie party. Blessings <3 Paula

Allyson Pecilunas said...

Love the slipcovers. I just found your blog and am now your newest follower. Come check me out if you get a chance.