Sunday, August 23, 2015

Skirting

Good Sunday to all of you.

I wanted to show you how I was able to use more the the ruffle from my table cloth to skirt some more things in my dining room.


This is my potting table and little chippy stool that I got a few weeks ago.



I decided to recycle the ruffle from the old table cloth on to this table.  Then I was looking at the bench and she seemed like she needed some bling too.


So I gave her a little skirt too.

I will have a post up tomorrow on what happened to this little sweet chaise lounge.  It required some sewing on my old  Sears Kenmore sewing machine that I have had for over 30 years!
Have a great rest of the week end.
Thanks always for your visits.
Kris





29 comments:

  1. I love the little skirts, Kris. They soften the pieces and are so you! :) Can't wait to see what you've done with the chaise. xo

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  2. The ruffles look great on your table and stool!

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  3. You are such a tease! I thought I would get to see the chaise all decked out.

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  4. Cute!! You just never stop, do you?

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  5. Your little skirts are so cute, Kris!
    Mary Alice

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  6. Oh Kris they are flirty and cute and you are a tease... OK we will all be patient until the lounge reveal.
    Xoxo,
    Vera

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  7. I love the little skirts---you always have so many ideas buzzing around you, love that! Can't wait to see what you do with the chaise! :)

    Jane x

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  8. Kris, So cute. It does give them a little change up. Plus you are recycling the fabric. Hope you sewing machine did you proud. LOL. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  9. Love the charming little skirts you added! I can't wait to see what you did with the chaise........
    ~Des

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  10. Kris, the little skirts add just the right touch! So cute :)
    Susan

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  11. Kris, those are darling skirts! I'm on pins and needles waiting to see what charming idea you come up with for your chaise~
    Nancy
    xo

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  12. Kris, those are darling skirts! I'm on pins and needles waiting to see what charming idea you come up with for your chaise~
    Nancy
    xo

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  13. Gosh, your just a skirting diva! Both are adorable with their pretty new skirts. Lookind forward to the reveal.

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  14. Hi Kris, I just love that chippy table! The skirt really added some fun to it. Milena

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  15. Cute skirts, Kris! Did you make one for yourself yet? lol!!! Have yourself a great week! Blessings, Cindy xoxo

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  16. Oh I love your idea. I would never have thought. Can't wait to see what you do with the lounge.

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  17. Just the right softening, adding the fabric here! So pretty, Kris. You know we're all excited to see what you've done with the chaise.

    There is an old black wrought iron chaise that has been sitting in our root cellar for a decade. I won't let it go and yet there is no room inside. Maybe I'll talk my husband into dragging it out next summer and see what we can do with it.

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  18. Your table and stool look so good in their attire. Can hardly wait to se what you do to that chaise chair. I have been on the hunt for one, just can't seem to find the one I want that isn't a $100.00.
    Have a great week.
    Mary

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  19. LOVE IT KRIS! Now on to the lounge.....I will be back to check in! Anita

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  20. I'm back, dear Kris. I love the new skirts. I can' t wait to see what you do...
    Hugs
    Alessandra

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  21. You know, I loved it the way it was, but now I love it even more! Isn't it amazing how one little change totally transforms the look of something that you already loved? So adorable....just love it!!

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  22. Isn't it funny how a little bit of fabric can make such a difference? I love the dressed up look of the table and stool with the skirts! So cute! Have an awesome week and can't wait to see that lounge chair! Hugs, Leena

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  23. Your brilliant ideas never stop flowing and I love it! The skirts are a gorgeous addition!

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  24. Love the skirt! I adore the flow and ruffle. So soft...

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  25. Cute little things, Kris. I think a flouncy little skirt looks good on anything. Well, almost anything..Happy Monday..Judy

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  26. Kris, your ruffles gave your table such a sweet soft look. It's amazing what one little addition to a piece will do. Enjoy your day. Jo

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  27. Cute, cute, cute! I'm off to see what you did with that chaise...

    xo

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