My 2014 in Review!
I looked back today at the posts I had written over the year and didn’t realize everything I had covered. Some were just showing you projects I had worked on, but others were showing you how to do your own projects or ways I do some things. Here are a few of my favorite!
One of my most interesting projects and stressful was the end tables that I redid the tops on. My how to is here.
Another project that was one of my largest and really different projects was the upholstered wall. Read about it here
I did a lot of slipcovers this year, and this was one of my more difficult ones, because of all the pattern matching and I also built new back cushions and showed you how I did it. Learn how to make back cushions here.
This project I was able to do a couple of posts on. In one of them I showed you how to add inset trim to a cornice.
With this project I showed you how I worked with a client giving them options with the different renderings I can provide to show the client how the window will look with different treatments and different fabrics. Check it out here.
And Last but not least, I showed you how I made this headboard for my niece.
This year I have another king headboard to make very similar to this one, a couple of cornices, kitchen seat cushions, and a camper remodel and of course slipcovers lined up so far. So hopefully I will be able to show you some more interesting projects for the year I am also volunteering down in a St. Louis City after school program teaching young girls how to sew. I hope to get some pictures of them with their projects and hard at work. The past year has been a busy year, but I have still learned to do new things and expand myself, which I think is a good goal for everyone, no matter how young or old we are.
So thanks for stopping by and hope you come back!