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That's a nicely scaled fabric for this chair, Kris. Still haven't tried the faux leather technique.
Yes very nice. Being a Texas gal, I love the yellow roses!
damn, how is that everything you do is always perfect? ha ha! many compliments, it's a beautiful chair!I have a question for you: how do you make "buttons" in the back? and again: how to stop them filling? OOOPPSS! Two questions now ...Thank you for your generous competence, and especially for the passion that you put so well in explaining all of us poor mortals! ha ha!kisses, Caterina
Wonderful, I love the fabric too x
Beautiful upholstery, you have done the buttoning on the back superbly and it all looks very well stuffed and firm, just as it should. Any tips would be greatly appreciated, would love to try it one day.
KrisI have my eye on your retro style sofa & the Queen Anne wing chair you have for sale on your Cdhm gallery.I wondered if it would be possible to buy them to use as props in photographs when selling my dolls? I would put a link to your work each time I used them.I think your work is fantastic......joy x
It's absolutely beautiful :)
It looks warm and soft, and the fabric is perfect with those little flowers... I love it!!Hugs,Paloma
Beautiful chair !
wow looks so real you do very nice work! I can just cuddle up on here with a good mini book!