by Lesa Berryhill
Wow, has it really been months since my last post?! A very busy Spring has turned quickly into a very busy Summer.
You will notice that the pics that I am posting start with a brown lawn in the dead of Winter, late February, and end with a very green lawn and temps in the 90′s by April. Yes… it really did take me 3 long months to complete this project! It’s a good thing that it was a friends chair and she knew from the beginning that I had very few clues as to how to proceed!
This chair was my biggest little chair challenge so far. It was a vintage piece from the 40′s and had many layers from decades past. My rendition was the fourth transformation in what I can assure you was a very colorful life! I named her Melissa!
Her new frock is a combination of Robert Allen fabrics http://www.robertallendesign.com/, patterns Moroso and Palecek in Lemongrass. Melissa is a nod back to the sixties with an antiqued ivory frame. She has found her new home at Salon Keriz’ma http://www.almostimpatient.com/kerizma.asp and has been spotted in the artful photography of Almost Impatient Productions.
As always, thanks for stopping by and allowing me to share a bit of my recreational fabric adventures!