Please forgive my dark pics. I took these at night again. Why do I do that? And why aren't I upstairs retaking them right now? Good questions! ...with no answers. hahaha! :)
The main fabric is one of my favs. It's a Heather Bailey Pop Garden print ... Rose Bouquet in cream. Again I quilted around the roses and through the leaves, adding some sweet yellow vintage pom pon trim and backing with a nice fine wale cord and a zipper closure. I used another Goodwill pillow for the form and tossed its original cover. Trust me, not worth recycling.
The chair in this pic came from the bins and was a whopping $10. I *super heart* this chair. It's comfortable and I love the high back and shape... and the cane of course. I ADORE cane.
I'm still super sneezy and sick today. The sun is out and I'm hoping to get outside and just feel the sun. I can feel the fog of the past year's craziness clearing. My business AND design instincts are coming back. I can just feel it, kwim? I keep saying that if I clear my studio and make it beautiful that I'll just know what I'm supposed to do when it is done. The piles of the past seven years' scraps and clutter are slowly unfolding like the layers on an onion. Because if my belief and commitment to reusing and recycling just about EVERYTHING, it's a very slow, tedious process and the garage will take a bit longer to deal with, but it's progressing and I feel those same layers unpeeling off of my shoulders as I go along.
Today I organized all of my paint swatches. Easy peasy, but a HUGE success none the less. I use these things constantly. You can see my Pantone book tucked into the big back part of the box. A place for everything and everything in its place. Hurrah!