Okay, I kept persevering with reupholstering (term loosely used) the wing chair. It's finished. It still has lots of not so great parts but it looks darn good and it didn't cost me any labor and I've had the fabric for about 5 years. So there you go. My husband said to keep going and that he would help me and he did and I did. One down, one to go. Oh, did I mention that I have a pair of wing chairs? Yep, one more to go. Groan.


  1. looks fabulous! congratulations on conquering it...and good luck on the next one! ☺

  2. I'm impressed! Good for you for sticking with it. Now you get to consider that one "practice" and the second one will probably be even better!

  3. Absolutely stunning! Boy, I wish I had that talent and determination. I can't wait to see the next one. I've just read about your mom...what an amazing lady. My mom just passed in May so please cherish that smile of hers. Window washing....???? Can't wait to see the next chair!


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