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Old 05-30-2008, 08:05 AM   #1
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just a couple of the new decor... more to come once the floor is in and several other mini-projects are done. having a blast with this.
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Old 05-30-2008, 08:57 AM   #2
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Very nice! did you have those done or do them yourself??
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Looks so clean and fresh! Good color combos too.
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Very attractive! The colors are soothing.
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Old 05-30-2008, 04:02 PM   #5
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Great job! As others have said, you choice a terrific combination - enjoy!!! L 'n D
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Man! That's the same fabric pattern I have on my sectonal sofa in the house. Looks Great To ME!
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yup, sewed it all myself.

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just a couple of the new decor... more to come once the floor is in and several other mini-projects are done. having a blast with this.

Where did you get your upholstery? I love those colors.
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Old 07-22-2008, 09:10 AM   #9
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the fabric was actually purchased by the previous owner. He bought a ton of it too, almost enough to do 2 trailers. I liked it, so I went ahead and used it. Took one Saturday to finish the seats and I added the pillows later. the bottom of the seat cushions are done in a green vinyl just in case they're ever wet. Any large fabric store sells upholstery fabric... I've seen this one on sale for $7.99 a yard. it's a shame you're not in Winnipeg... I could be talked out the the fabric I have left.

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Old 07-22-2008, 09:53 AM   #10
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Looks great

Did you use a regular sewing machine or something else? I've sewn curtains, have never attempted upholstery....

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Man! That's the same fabric pattern I have on my sectonal sofa in the house. Looks Great To ME!
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It's the same fabric as a sofa I've been unsuccessfully trying to give away! Anyone want one to match?
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I have an industrial machine but I know a good domestic model will do the job.
I did the curtains on a 1938 Singer featherweight... great old machine!
I got into the sewing thing years ago... it's a hobby that pays for itself.
Mostly heavy weight covers for stuff (no clothing except for halloween).

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Did you use a regular sewing machine or something else? I've sewn curtains, have never attempted upholstery....

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