Wednesday, July 8, 2015

A Coffee Sack and Classic White Slipcovers

My customer has a large collection of coffee sacks and wanted to use one for her ottoman slipcover. I was so happy when the coffee sack design fit perfect to the top of the ottoman.  She also chose a white denim for her wing chair, 2 parsons chairs and 6 bar stool slipcovers.  Most of these slipcovers were done for her keeping room.  I had never heard of a keeping room before this year and now I have made slipcovers for two of them.

I was in love with my customers home at the consultation visit.  She has a great eye for decorating. My customers home is decorated so beautifully that her real estate agent wanted to showcase her home during the open house in her new development.

The ottoman slipcover was kept clean and simple.  I lined the coffee sack to stabilize it for the top of the ottoman.  Instead of cording, all the seams were top stitched. The sides of the ottoman were made from drop cloth fabric.  

Great view showing white slipcovered chairs flanking the fireplace

I made the pillow slipcover from the left over fabric of the coffee sack

Close up of the top of the ottoman.

Parson chair slipcovers in white denim.

A picture of 4 of the 6 bar stool slipcovers done with a cute box pleat skirt.

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