|At last we have sunshine! - And little-one could walk barefoot in our garden and wear daisies in her hair!|
|After taking her home yesterday evening, I had this project to be getting on with... |
I bought this little nursing chair at the weekend. It was good and solid, and comfortable too, but I wasn't very keen on the upholstery...
|Which was also a little bit worn in places. So I decided I'd make a slip-cover for it.|
|I wanted to make use of the lovely antique 'cutter quilt' that I bought from Jo at the Vintage Jumble Sale.|
|So I used it for the seat and back support of the chair. The quilt is a little worn in places, but I like that, as it fits with the age of the chair.|
|I gave it a vintage French toile frill around the bottom...|
And used C19th French linen for the back.
|Its a cute size - If I can fit it in the car with all my other items, I shall be taking it to the V&H Spring Fair on Saturday.|
|At the moment my workroom looks like this! Lots of work in progress to get finished in time for Saturday! Aghhhh!|
|I also bought this large hand embroidery of a Devon village at the weekend - (I think it would have once been made to use in a fire-screen) Which I aim to make into a cushion this week too!|
|Gorgeous scented stocks on my kitchen table, bought for me by my gorgeous girl! xx|
|Have a lovely day full of sunshine,|