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February 23, 2012

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Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions

That looks great, Andrea! I love how they came out and the color is so versatile, you'll be able to prop any pillow on them. Great job!

Lynn @thevintagenest

You got those pleats so pretty. I could never do that. I am in the process of trying to redo a chair too. Sure hope mine is half as great as yours. I am going to look for fabric tomorrow. The dropcloth idea looks like a good choice. xo

Des

Your chairs are so gorgeous in the linen color! I just adore those pleats...so pretty!
~Des

Susan Freeman

Fabulous job! I have 2 drop cloths ready to go, but no courage to proceed. I'm such a pansy.

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

kim

How cute. I like the ticking and toile pair with them.

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life

It is funny how when you change one thing then something else looks a little tired. Love the slipcovers. Hugs, marty

Honey

Gorgeous slipcovers! Thank you for sharing at Potpourri Friday!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here

Beautiful! The slipcovers are wonderful.
Hugs, Sherry

Katie Mansfield

I love them. Did you get the drop cloths at Lowes or Home Depot?
Katie

Vickie

It looks like it was professionally reupholstered! Very impressive.

Judy

That is the most beautiful slipcover. I totally thought it was professionally done. WOW. Very impressive.

Kim @ vintagepretties

They are just beautiful! They really freshen up the entire room. And, like you said, so versatile.

Joy

Very pretty, love the pillows too.

Deana

looks beautiful. I love the pleats.

Barbara Sullivan

I can't wait for the tutorial! Hope you'll show the back of your piece, as well.

Jenny

That is amazing. The pleats are perfect! I am in love with these! Would you link up to my party?

http://daysofchalkandchocolate.blogspot.com/2012/02/latest-greatest-friday-20.html

Your piping is so straight too. So well done.

Audrey Zumwalt

great job Andrea. Love the pleated skirt on the chair. Thanks for stopping by Timeless Treasures and leaving such a sweet comment and joining up with me.
Hope you will come again.
Blessings.
Audrey Z.
http://audreyzumwalt.blogspot.com/

May

Looks great!

Shauna K

visiting from The Delectable Home party- what a fabulous change!! hehe and love all your pillows! :D we're getting a neutral couch soon, and I too am excited to be able to showcase fun pillows year round, hehe :D

Courtney

Love these - will be sharing them at the party this week!! Thanks for linking up at FNF! :)

Cindy

You did a GREAT job! They are fantastic!
XO Cindy

Martina

LOVE them!!

Pam {simple details}

Oh my, what a beautiful job! I'd be trying every pillow in my house, too! :)

Tisha @ Delectable Home

So pretty - I love the box pleats! I've got a special affinity for slipcovers, so I'll be featuring you at the next Show & Tell. Thanks for linking up!

Scribbler

Well I am certainly impressed! I like the look of box pleats and the piping -- my mother would have said, 'Now that's a proper slipcover!'

I can do it, I just get a little impatient and maybe TOO creative sometimes.

Gypsy Rose

I love em and you've given me inspiration to try a similar project. Thanks

bj

I love 'em to pieces...you did a wonderful job on them....

Sherry

Very nice! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
Sherry

Gerry Bossier

I think the pottery barn knock off sweater pillow is the best partner for the chair. I mean, the combination of the two is mild, but it gave a vivid design. I'd love to see that in my own bedroom sometime. :D

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