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Craft Rage

...Making a mess of things since 1973

 

Window Seat

Well, I'm a little hesitant to show pictures of this, since it's hardly a triumph of skill, but at least it's finished!

As you can see, this is the cushion for the new window seat for the cats.

It's not lumpy because my sewing skills suck, but because I made and used covered buttons to tuft it. The ties for the buttons actually extend right through to the bottom of the cushion, and are used to tie the cushion to the stainless steel wire shelf below it. So really, my tufting skills suck. Plus, in my defense, I was trying to tie it while three cats were climbing my back to get onto it.

I had a hard time getting this picture cat-free. Within ten seconds of me putting it up, Smooshy was on it, making this face;

I don't know if that's a grin, or a promise to carve out my liver while I sleep, but either way, it doesn't photograph well.

Thirty seconds later, it looked like this;

And shortly after that, it looked like this.

As you can see, it's made with the Peony Garden fabric I am so crazy about, and it still makes me happy every time I look at it. I'm not sure how I'll feel about it once it's covered with cat hair, but I guess we'll see. The fabric is essentially a washable cover - when the thing needs some attention, I just untie the ribbon ties underneath, slide off the covered buttons, and then remove the fabric like a pillowcase. Yay!

Oh yeah, and a gratuitous kitten shot;

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Blogger gaylen Says:

I love that you got kitties reflection in the washer door. Pretty kitty. g

 
 
Blogger Summerset Says:

LOL. Well, the cushion now has the seal of approval! Such a cute baby pic, too.

 
 
Blogger Marjie Says:

I believe Smooshy was saying, "You touch my cushion, I break you face."

Dinger is just having too much fun with the laundry appliances. Teach him to use them, woman, for pity's sake!

 
 
Blogger Sara Says:

I think Smooshy was saying "I'll get you my pretty!"

I think its a great cushion, probably better than I could do!

And Dinger is SO adorable.

 

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