On any given day if you enter into my family room it’s most likely you will see this.
My red leather sofa and loveseat with blue, green, red, and a bit of mustard pillows and matching ottoman.
Now, it’s not a bad thing, I even special ordered the ottoman and pillows after seeing them in a Home Show. However, sometimes with my seasonal décor I find the design to be a bit busy.
I also like changing out my pillows now and then.
Look at these wool cuties I got for a steal. Literally, well no I didn’t steal them, but I paid $15.99 each. They were originally $79.99. Yes, I said $79.99. After all, they are all wool. If you sew with wool at all, you know how pricey it is. I could not have even bought the wool to make them for that price.
After seeing all of the drop cloth creations out there in blog land I decided it was time to do a cover up. One that can be thrown on whenever I want, but easily washed.
Here it is in all it’s glory.I didn’t want it to be too ruffled because this is not a frilly room. What do you think?
I have a cute red tray that sits on it, but I forgot to put it back on for the pic.
Now I need your help. Notice how the bottom puddles? I left the selvage edge and just turned it under. Should I leave it like this or hem it so that it barely touches the floor. Your opinion would be greatly appreciated.
I’m showing you a few more views. I already have puddled burlap curtains. Too much puddling?
A puddle close up.
And an over all picture. Sorry about the reflections.
Isn’t it wonderful that we can look to fellow bloggers for advice? Love, love that about blogging!
Look, I found a pic with my tray. Just holding magazines right now. Notice the front and back side of my quilt? It’s my favorite snuggle up to watch T.V. or look at a magazine quilt. It has a Minky back. Awwww!
Can’t wait to hear what you have to say about my cover up!
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