CUSHY FOOTSTOOL

November 14th, 2008 in member junk     
italianpeasant italianpeasant, member
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I RECOVERED & ADDED AN EXTRA CUSHION TOP TO THIS & SOME LACE & BUTTONS. NOW MISS MUFFET HAS A TUFFET :)

I RECOVERED & ADDED AN EXTRA CUSHION TOP TO THIS & SOME LACE & BUTTONS. NOW MISS MUFFET HAS A TUFFET :)


I LIKE TO TAKE OTHERWISE NONDESCRIPT FOOTSTOOLS & RE -COVER THEM & EMBELLISH THEM WITH WHATEVER I HAVE ON HAND. THIS IS OLD LACE THAT I ALWAYS HAVE ON HAND.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, cottage, furniture, funky, country, whimsical, family room, porch, living room, bedroom, farm, entry, fabric, chic, study, sunroom, contemporary, great room, beachy

Comments (6)

OOK writes: At our local resale store they have a great selection of old fabric. Good Idea
Posted: 4:07 am on September 20th
fabricsgal writes: The lace over fabric is pretty. I may have to try it the next time I stumble upon an ottoman in need of re-upholstery. Posted: 6:41 pm on December 17th
flantiquer writes: Great footstool! I found the base to a cast iron stove last weekend and am thinking about making a footstool too! It has been painted silver, but I can get it back to black very quickly! Posted: 10:37 pm on November 19th
kopykatkim writes: I have that flowered fabric as curtains in my house. It would definately go very well in my living room. Thanks for sharing!
Kim Posted: 2:45 pm on November 16th
LuAnn writes: Love the shabby chic look. Good job.

LuAnn Posted: 3:07 pm on November 14th
georgiamoon writes: Very very very pretty. I think anyone would love this. I like the combo of fabrics and lace. Cute feet too, Georgia Posted: 2:48 pm on November 14th
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