Friday, September 3, 2010

Screaming Easy Slip Covers




Pink is having another party! So I decided to join in!



I recently slip covered this chair for a client...I wanted to share the results with you...I loved how "she" turned out..All sassy and ready for the perfect place in her beautiful home...



The clean lines in this chair, makes it a perfect chair to practice how to slip cover...Armless would be even better!





We are now offering slip covering classes in Houston, TX...For all you DIYer's! This class is for beginners...who want to learn the "SCREAMING EASY" way to slip covering...If you know how to sew a straight stitch, I can teach you how to slip cover! :)

Email us @ screamingmemedesigns@gmail.com for scheduling and prices...

XoXo, Screaming Meme


This post is proudly sponsored by Pink And Polka Dot...She has a lot of wonderful slip covering ideas and design tips too boot! ;) Go check her out!







23 comments:

Suzan said...

But I don't LIVE in Houston! :) I actually am going to try to slipcover a wing chair. This will be my first attempt. Think postive thoughts for me!

Pine Tree Home said...

That fabric is so cheery. I am learning slipcovers and can't get enough of checking out inspiration photos.

Connie said...

It's lovely, chickee, just as I would have expected from you. Everything you do is beautiuful...and I don't live in Texas either!!!!
xoxo,
Connie

myletterstoemily said...

what a lovely cheery fabric and
beautifully made slipcover!

Mrs. G. said...

I'm green with envy, I'd be there if I lived near Houston. Dang!!!

afistfullofweeds* said...

I USED to live in Houston....but, not now!! I gonna try soon though!

That Slipcover Girl said...

You are so stinkin' cute! Don't forget about the slipcover party this Friday the 13th!

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

okay...soooooo....first I gotta move to Houston.....

this may be a problem....

you come to Alabama and do a class!

YAY!

Lou Cinda :)

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

This is the NEXT big thing I want to learn to do! Why don't you live close to me!!!! I would love to learn!
Beautiful job!
Yvonne

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Looks great! Wish I lived closer I would take the class.

Melissa Miller said...

Oh the flowered fabric is gorgeous!

Thanks for coming by to see me sweet friend. It was so nice to see a comment from you.

Have a wonderful day!
~Melissa :)

HeathahLee said...

Girl, I wish you'd come and give classes in Memphis! : )

julielollar said...

Love the slip cover and your blog! You're one talented lady! Thanks for checking out my blog and inviting me to see yours! I'll be your newest follower!
-Julie
The Wanna Be Super Mom

Mrs. Chic said...

Looks so good! I've always wanted to learn the art of slipcovering

A House and Home said...

You are right. I do love that room you decorated! And I love your blog. Have a great weekend.

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Why! Why do I live so far away?

The Pleasures of Homemaking said...

I be there if I lived in Houston! I'm gearing up to slipcover an ottoman. I figure that's an easy first project.

Love the fabric on the chair!

Manuela

Alaina said...

Love the new slip. I took a quick walk through your posts. How about movin that slip party totorial to Buffalo, I need one of those. You have great taste.

Julie Johnson said...

So fun...wish I were closer and could learn from you! I'm not much of a seamstress! :)
Ah yes, so hard to give the kids wings isn't it? I'm hoping tomorrow will be the start of a much better week for my baby girl.
Thanks for the sweet comments on my art. I have sold some pieces, and am contemplating an etsy store. Now that my little girls are in school I have more time for creative pursuits!

These Are The Days said...

I came across an old comment you left on one of my recipe posts...not sure how I missed it. I love your blog so far. You have some great decorating pics, makes me SO wish I was in my old house so I could go crazy. We are currently in a rental that I can't do too much with.

Debbie Moore said...

Very cute slipcover! Lots of creative ideas on your blog, thanks for the nice comments on my blog and thanks for inviting me over to yours! I'll be back soon.
Debbie

A-K said...

Oh my! I love the slipcover job! I wish I knew how to do it. If so, there would be a thousand chairs in my living room, ha! Just lovely....wish I lived in Houston and I would certainly show up for the class.

Cheers!
Amanda

TamStyles said...

ok. a thought has popped up in my mind...im in dallas...love the idea.