I remember seeing this sofa on a blog and loved the blue chevron material. It's a fun and stylish take on a classic loveseat shape.
|from Furbish Studio|
|Looks better already|
Next step, staple.
|The pink fluffy thing below the bass drum is not a cat toy, but my hammer! It was a gift!|
Staple, staple, staple. Don't forget to pull the fabric tight, tuck-in, and secure with spiral fabric pins.
Now it starts to get a bit tricky. I decided to do some piping like the sofa above. Not so difficult, but when you only pull your sewing machine out every couple of years you have to relearn how to use it everytime.
And the fact that the machine has a gazillion stitch options that I will never ever use, it's frustrating to say the least.
Keep smiling. Secure the piping to the arms with upholstery tacks.
Almost done? Not a chance. Aren't the last bits always the hardest? Cut-out and sew on the front arm piece.
Three hours later, I'd finished this one arm. And then I was done. No not done with the sofa, just done. Hopefully I'll have it finished tomorrow, and I'll post some pictures then. See you then.