I braved the sub-freezing temperature in my sewing room and did a little stitching the other day. I had purchased a desk chair at IKEA, but it’s not a cushy chair, and there was nowhere to attach my lumbar cushion. I decided to make a little cover for the cushion:
I also made yet another little pouch. I used some of the Hasi Hester vintage fabric I got at a yard sale last spring.
i like your projects! especially the cushion – i’ve been wanting to make one for myself too – for at the office….your pouch is cute too!
that is one handsome little pouch!
hello beeyatch i guess you finally set up the fucking sewing table, eh? ’bout fucking time. 🙂
love that blue zipper on the top of the chair cushion! see there are good reasons to buy those sorts of things at random, they always come in handy! 🙂
Good job not hoarding webbing! I need to follow your example and use some of the 40 yards of ribbon I just bought.
I like the pussywillow motif on the fabric!
Great idea for the cushion. I really like the fabrics you used for the pouch.
You are too dang crafty, I love it.
I recently used your totebag tutorial and it was awesome… made it so easy to make a totebag!! I LOVE all your fun pouches… would you consider sharing a tutorial for these also?? I CANNOT figure out how to make a lined, zipped pouch and have it turn out well, I’ve tried in the past… thanks!
I love the lining for the pouch! And I love that numbers fabric with the green chair, great job!!
nice idea for the pillow–looks great! thanks for sharing it with us.
you might try one of the oil-filled plug-in radiator heaters. they really do the job of warming a cold room.
I’m trying to figure out how to sew a zipper pouch like this too. The last time I did, I had to attach the lining by hand sewing and it is a bit clumsy.
i just figured out how to do zippered pouches this weekend and love them. yours is LOVELY!
the cushion is perfect for the chair and the office!