A lot of blood, sweat and tears went into this project. Congratulations on your new addition!
It looks brand new Julie and SO good!! Well done, you did it(O: !!!! You are so funny, you picked a great color it hides all the unwanted adornments.
Sweet! Scotch guard it!
It looks brand new, love the warm color, and also looks so comfortable!
bravo to you for taking on that challenge ... the chair looks brand new! and yes, do get some scotchgard ... life is a heck of a thing to happen to a chair ;)
You're taking the pepperoni and juice spill very well. Must come from experience.You did a great job on that chair. Now sit back and enjoy it.
Pepperoni and Juice, huh? Good. Now it's been initiated! And so have you...as a bona fide member of the upholsterer's guild. Or at least, you should be!It looks professional. =)
Love it! It is amazing. And I love that you use a picnic table! I want one, too. I'm gonna have to copy that idea sometime soon. Probably won't be copying the upholstery, though, although I could definitely manage the pepperoni on the arm!Have a great weekend!
Oh wow. That turned out great! And no home that houses boys is immune from those "incidents". I agree that you chose a great color!
Love the dimensions of that chair. You did a great job!
It came out amazing. Now are you going to tackle the couch?
Red is my favorite color: scarlet, crimson, barn....any with blue undertones.The chair is wonderful!!!
congratulations on finishing your chair julie! it looks great- and so cozy!! You are over the top talented.
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