|Pencil Me In ... slipcovers for You.||
Some of you inquired about this photo from the previous post, spotted in the "EATALY" pavilion at EXPO MILAN 2015. So I imagine pasta inspired this "ARMCHAIR IN LOW PRESSURE HEAT EXTRUDED MULTICOLOR POLYURETHANE". I am most curious about the two windows that seem to be eyes that personify this spaghetti monster. The title of the work by Gaetano Pesce "SENZAFINE UNICA" translates "ENDLESS ONLY".
Loved wrapping up the season with this sweet slipcover for a little girl's room. And was especially delighted yesterday to receive a photo of the beautiful young recipient in her cheetah jammies stretched out across this chair. I had so much fun making this mix of patterns and texture for you. Your Grandmother wanted to incorporate a vintage matelasse remnant and your mother handpicked the cheery floral. The cotton twill used for the frame cover is the house favorite from stock. Dear Ella I hope that you have many seasons of magic!
And now I'm off to the ball! The Pencil Me In 2013 year officially ends tonight with an evening of dinner and show, Raleigh Little Theatre's 30th Anniversary production of Cinderella. It is my good fortune to celebrate another year of wonderful creative clients and I wish you all a season of magic and a very Merry Christmas.
This pair of chairs makes me want to curl up with an orange push-up or a bowl of lime sherbet.
The cool plaid seersucker fabric was super to work with and screams Beachtime!
I had so much fun with this colorful project! Karen brought me a basket full of vintage table linens to be incorporated into her slipcover. I used a printed border tablecloth for a gathered skirt and paired it with GP&J Baker’s lifestyles beachcomber check in apple. An old drying cloth was stitched into a pillow. To the ribbon ties on the neckroll and the back, I added some cool birds hand crafted in clay by Gilda Aita. Maybe these birds are partridges for the pear print?