Tuesday, February 23, 2010

WHITE DUCK SLIPCOVER

I love working with duck cloth. It's not as heavy as denim and is just as durable. Duck also comes in about a million colors! And still, with all those choices, I find my clients tend to go with white more than anything else. To make it more interesting, this chair and ottoman have a blue and white gingham welting.
My signature buttons are also in the gingham.

10 comments:

Susan said...

That is a wonderful chair cover!!! great work!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

I always find it amazing somebody (in this instance, you LOL) can make a slip cover for a wing chair.

It just seems overwhelming to me! - and I can sew LOL

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Tamerie... the slipcover is so very pretty, as all of yours are... wishing you a happy Spring! (I am officially calling it Spring now, regardless what the calendar or the weather says!)... xoxo Julie Marie

Edytheanne said...

I agree, a slipcover for a wing chair is a daunting project. I always worry about the piping and bulk. Can this be done on a regular, non commercial sewing machine?

My Shabby Roses said...

Boy, I wish you were local! You do such amazing work. I've made slipcovers before and hated every minute of it. I truley admire your work and the time it takes you to make these beautiful pieces.

Valerie said...

Hi Tamerie,

Your slipcovers are beautiful. I was in a new shop over in Liberty Station today called Home. Is some of your work there? I could swear I recognized several pieces!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Clever Tamerie
Yes I think white is a good neutral base.. but if I was lucky enough to have covers made for me.. I think I'd like an alternate also.. in something less neutral .. just for a change... clever work following the lines of that chair.. xx Julie

Scrappy Jessi said...

hey sweetie,
this is gorgeous!!!
love the back. darling!!!
hope all is well love bug.
hey are you coming to Kims July event??
oxoxo,
jessi

angie said...

A good quality duck is such a dream to work with. The gingham adds a nice touch.

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Love the blue gingham accents. Another fabulous job my friend...but then they always are!

Happy hump day!

Hugs,
Karyn