Well, I chickened out and bought a slipcover for my pink chair and ottoman. When I thought of all the things I would rather do than sew a slipcover for this chair, I threw in the towel. I loved this Waverly fabric, and have even made a few things with it in the past. When I saw a slipcover for my wing back chair and ottoman on clearance at Surefit in this great fabric, I ordered it. It looks a little like an unmade bed...and I love it!
Thought I'd throw in a photo of some Autumn decor. That's bittersweet from my own vine! I painted and stamped this clearance mirror many years ago. It's a perennial favorite of mine.
I don't have the tucking quite right and the ruffle is askew in the photo, but I am so happy with it. Babygrand Penny thinks it looks so cozy. She can't wait to sit in it! That's what I call a seal of approval! Another step closer to having the house ready for the holidays.
My SIL Elizabeth found this beautiful embroidered tablecloth for me. It is so pretty with the cornucopias, fruits and veggies on all sides and in the center. She is an excellent thrifter and is so generous. So many of the cool things I have are from Elizabeth's thrifty shopping.
Just look at this little lovely. So sweet and colorful. Two perfect additions to my large vintage table linens collection. Elizabeth is also an enabler, and I love her for supporting my bad habits. Thanks Betty!
That's what's happening today in English Valley...How are things in your neck of the woods? Thanks for stopping by...