Bring on the rain.
Rain can be a bummer sometimes, but on the other hand rain can bring opportunities....
It's supposed to rain all weekend. That means for the most part I'll be indoors working on a project I've been trying to get to.
Since I'm not wanting to spend money, this will be a no-cost redo.
My dining room set is an old hand me down. When I aquired it about 12 years ago one of the first things I did was to recover the seats. This is so easy to do. Just turn the chair over, unscrew the seat, take the seat off and place it face down over your fabric (pre-cut it to size first) and pull it tight as you staple it on. Put the screws back in and Wa-La! Done.
Anyhow, needless to say the seats are tired and worn now. Largely in part due to a little kitty cat who used to like to dig her claws into those seats. (Naughty little kitty!) Well little Miss Kitty Cat now prefers to spend her days out on our front lawn lazily sunning herself (lucky girl) so I thought it was time to recover the chairs.
So that's what I'm going to do.
I already have the fabric- I bought it several weeks ago from a store that was closing. It's not what I initially wanted, but the fabric that I wanted was $16.99 a yard and I didn't want to spend that much (for 6 chairs I'll need 3-4 yards), anyhow the fabric I bought was discounted to $3.00 per yard. I went ahead and bought 10 yards because at that price they were practically giving it away and I already had an idea swirling around in my head for what I'll do with the rest of the fabric. I'll show you that in a future post.
I'll be posting the chair pics soon as I get 'em done.
What will you be doing? Moving forward I hope.
Always make the most out of any rain that comes your way.